Please check out the multiple areas where we need your help below. From clean water, orphan and refugee aid, to medicine and more, there are so many ways you can help to make a life-saving difference in the lives of those suffering in the Sudan region.
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Right now, thousands of mothers are praying for food—one of the most basic needs– to give to their young children who are starving, malnourished, and in need of emergency feeding.
Will you help answer their prayers?
$20 is all it takes to provide 5 hungry children with 2 meals a
Bishop Eduardo Hiiboro Kussala is no stranger to poverty and violence.
He was only two months old when his mother was killed during an attack on their village. He spent his childhood living in a refugee camp and can easily recall moments of fear, pain, and suffering.
For many years,
Over 287,000 refugees are found in Bidi Bidi, the largest refugee camp in the world. It is here that you find Noeleen Loughran, a missionary nurse from Ireland.
With peace so elusive and so yearned for, is there anything we can do? Humanitarian aid really is what’s keeping them alive.
For just $1 a week, you can provide a week’s worth of medicine and food aid to the suffering people in the Bidi Bidi refugee camp.
Imagine having the power to help cure a vulnerable child of a life-threatening illness. For just $0.78 cents, it’s possible.
Dr. Tom Catena and the Mother of Mercy Hospital are the only sources of help and healing for 750,000 citizens in the Nuba Mountains.
The St. Theresa Hospital in Nzara needs a dedicated team of nurses right now, in order to save the lives of pregnant women, newborns, and children.
With violence showing no end in sight, camps are struggling to feed, clothe, and give medical aid to IDPs fleeing for safety.
More than half of the children are not in school, the highest proportion in any country in the world!