Nunas Eluzai Manasseh


South Sudan


Central Equatoria




English, Arabic


i have a bachelor degree in computer science. worked with Go-girlsICT. This helped me in learning more skills and later get involved in the repair cafe 23/03/ 2020 in St Thomas Secondary school - juba south Sudan where we fixed number of computers from the school, I also learned and get involved Internet of Things

A bachelor degree in computer science. As Go-girlsICT, we have number of programs that we help fix community laptops both hard ware and software, electronic etc. we also carried out the same programs during the repair cafe we had in St Thomas Secondary school in Gudele- juba south Sudan

I have a certificate in the #ASKnet 2020 open documentation where I was introduced to git and GitHub by Timm Wille.

we helped control crowding in all events we run which includes the controlling community during the community repair cafe, we also ensure well moderated and easy flow of an event we organized.


Am Nunas Eluzai Manasseh, a South sudanese by Nationality, I was born in Khartoum Sudan, i have grew up there with my parents, i begun my Education journey there, when am In senior three my family decided to relocate to Juba south Sudan this was after the independent of our country 2011, I finished my secondary here in Juba.

In late 2015 I joined university of Juba school of computer science and information technology department of computer science, it was not my interest but as I have gone deep into it I started to have the School interest, and I have discovered that there’s a lot of problem in my country about digital literacy, so I felt It, it’s an opportunity to help my community and country as general with the knowledge I have gained at the school. On October 2021 I finally completed my Education journey, bachelor degree in computer science.

During my education journey I was engaging myself with some hubs and initiatives, through them I have gained a lot of experience, one of the initiatives is Go-girlsICT ICT initiative base in Juba was stablish in 2015 by young south Sudanese women in the field of ICT, through this initiatives I have learnt how to maintain and repair computers, basic knowledge on internet of things. Last year 2020 I have also engaged myself in asknet training which helps me a lot to boost my computer knowledge.

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