Ndyuka Land foreign mission provides a unique opportunity for people in the interior of Suriname, mainly the Maroon people, to develop learning skills in the areas of education, music, art, and self-reliance.

The Maroon people in the interior of Suriname are the descendants of the self-emancipated Africans. Their residence is primarily concentrated along rivers in the interior. They use the river for transportation and fishing and use the jungle for hunting and provision grounds (farming). That is their main source of surviving, even though in recent years, they have gained more influence in the leadership of the interior and the country at large.

There is a constant need for development in the interior, such as :