Thuch Ajak is the co-founder of the United African Farm, an initiative that brought members of the African community living in Victoria together to grow culturally appropriate crops and share their culture.
Thuch Ajak graduated with Bsc (Hons) in Agriculture (Majoring in Crop Protection) from the Upper Nile University, South Sudan. While in South Sudan he works at the ministry of Agriculture in the department of plant protection.
Thuch believes Agriculture defines the culture, and culture defines the community. Upon migrating to Australia, he volunteered at CERES and worked briefly at Joe’s market garden where his passion for farming was ignited.
Thuch Ajak currently works at Asylum Seekers Resource Centre as Refugee Resource Hub Member and continues to volunteer at various capacities as follows.
1. Board member at Living and learning centre.
2. Co-chair MEMP (Multicultural emergency management partnership.
3. Radio broadcaster at Casey Community radio.
4. Project Manager at United African Farm.
South Sudanese news, music and information presented by Thuch Ajak.
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