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Our Team

Rose Inne


Mrs Inne is the co-founder of Apayi Charitable Organization Inc. Mrs Inne is a qualified Social Worker and the current Deputy Chairperson of the Equatoria Community Association in Western Australia. Mrs Inne brings with her many years of experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organization grow and succeed. Mrs Inne holds a double Major Bachelor Degree in Economics and Legal Studies from Murdoch University - Western Australia and an MSc. in Social Work from the University of Western Australia.

Jane Kiden


Ms Kiden is driven, vision-oriented and focused on developing the organization with experience and integrity. Ms Kiven holds a Bachelor's Degree in Medical and Health Sciences (Health Promotion/Nutrition).

Sarah Kadayi


Ms Kadayi is also the co-founder of Apayi Charitable Organization Inc. Ms Kadayi is an experienced Registered Nurse, described by her colleagues as trustworthy and fun. These are just a few of the ways coworkers describe Ms Kadayi. Ms Kadayi is an invaluable member of our team. Ms. Kadayi holds a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and a Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing (specialising in rehabilitation).

David Wani

Executive Director

Mr Wani is the founder of Apayi Charitable Organization Inc. Mr. Wani is an Australian lawyer and currently employed by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) as a Senior Child Protection Practitioner. Mr. Wani is passionate about social justice, human rights and the rule of law.  Mr. Wani served as the Chairperson of the South Sudan Equatorians Association in Victoria, Australia, where he was pivotal in developing and setting up a 2-year action plan and operational direction of the association. Mr. Wani is the current Secretary General and Director Policy & Advocacy of FECAA (Federation of Equatoria Community Association in Australia). Mr. Wani holds a Magna Cum Laude Probatus Degree in Theology from the Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome, Italy; MSc Applied Development Studies from Reading University, England; a Juris Doctor from RMIT University, Melbourne - Australia; and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law, Australia.

Juma Piri Piri

Director (ID 036 94617 73718 29)

Mr Piri Piri is a well-respected and active member of Australia's South Sudanese and Equatorian communities. In addition to being the President of the Federation of Equatoria Community Association in Australia (FECAA), Mr Piri Piri holds leadership roles at multiple organizations, including the Sudanese Community, Northern Tasmania and the Federation of African Communities Council in Australia. Mr Piri Piri was the inaugural Chairperson of the Refugee Communities Association of Australia (RCAA). Mr Piri Piri has extensive work experience in the health and community services industry. He holds a Bachelor's in Social Work, and BA in Public Policy and a Bachelor's in Health and Human Services.

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