|Born||Jacques Bul Dhieu|
October 3, 1998
|Height||6 ft 4 in|
Jacques Bul Dhieu (born October 3, 1998) was raised in Melbourne, Australia. He is a South Sudanese-Australian technology entrepreneur. He was born in Kakuma, Kenya, and later raised in Melbourne, Australia. In 2019, he founded Project Zero Alliance, a non-for-profit organisation which he says was born out of an understanding about the issues facing young people of multicultural backgrounds and their surrounding ecosystems here in Australia.
Dhieu was born in Kakuma, Kenya. Where the UNHCR established a refugee camp in 1969. His family moved to Australia when he was 6 years old. He is of South Sudanese ancestry, and his parents are both South Sudanese refugees who escaped the Second Sudanese Civil War. From a young age, Jacques had aspirations of being a professional soccer player, but around 17, he turned his attention towards pursuing a career in Business. 
- "Project Zero Alliance =2019-01-09". Australian Charities and Non-Profit Commission=en. Retrieved 2019-09-07.
- "Our parents fled wars to avoid death only to bury their children in another land =2019-03-12". The Age. Retrieved 2019-09-07.
- Jacques Dhieu - ‘Entire community heartbroken’: South Sudanese community leader killed in alleged hit and run
- Jacques Dhieu - 'We are shocked, we are broken': South Sudanese community leader killed in alleged hit-run
- Jacques Dhieu - 'Stop fantasising about the gang life': Family of a Sudanese youth who was 'shot dead by a childhood friend' pleads with teenagers to end violence on the streets of Melbourne
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