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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How far would you walk for clean water?
Water is a matter of life and death in South Sudan.
It’s one of the most basic human needs, yet nearly 60% of the people don’t have access to reliable safe drinking water.
Refugees displaced by the violence don’t have the
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?
There are far too many mothers like Martha who have lost everything
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,
I want to thank you, and all of our donors, for your unwavering support, abundant love and continued generosity throughout the year.
Your gifts are bringing hope and healing to the suffering people in the world’s youngest country, and I am beyond grateful. This year, our team was able to
This holiday season, the best gift you can give is hope.
For most South Sudanese families, their Christmas wish list is simple: food, water, medicine, shelter, and some of the most basic needs that we often take for granted.
The holiday season is upon us, and there’s no better time
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.
With violence showing no end in sight, camps are struggling to feed, clothe, and give medical aid to IDPs fleeing for safety.
My people worry our land has been forgotten by the world, but even in the most difficult of situations, they have not lost their faith in Christ.
In our world today, there are millions of people, especially children, who are still subject to slave-like conditions.
Millions of children have become the victims of genocidal war crimes and had to leave everything behind.