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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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.
Our friend and donor, U.S. missionary Dr. PJ, provided us with $50,000 to supply remote hospitals with lifesaving medicine and medical supplies.
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.
For those living in the world’s youngest country, suffering citizens have no choice but to walk for hours and sometimes days to reach emergency medical care.
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.
More than 70% of South Sudanese children have no access to school due to the ongoing conflict which has left the educational system almost non-existent.
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.
More than half of the children are not in school, the highest proportion in any country in the world!
Despite daily bombing, these heroic, generous, and selfless doctors will continue to treat the wounded, cure the sick, and save lives this holiday season.
In our world today, there are millions of people, especially children, who are still subject to slave-like conditions.
The death and destruction are unrelenting. And the levels of hunger and misery are staggering.
It is heartening to see the world come together to help and provide generous support in such times of great need.
The US must reinstate economic sanctions against Sudan for failing to end violence against its innocent people.
Health workers struggle to combat a severe malaria outbreak in children as it stretches supplies of medicine.
The oldest Cathedral provides a safe sanctuary for thousands of children and women, hoping the grounds will keep them safe.
Two doctors launch new clinic helping to provide extra medical assistance, hope, and healing amidst ongoing war.
The construction of a new church is hoping to provide assistance to the community, and promote peace and hope.
As thousands flee South Sudan, neighbors in Uganda open their hearts and offer a safe haven for orphans.
Civilians are suffering and continue to be victims of the ever-increasing ceasefires on the Nuba Mountains.
Millions of children have become the victims of genocidal war crimes and had to leave everything behind.
Nearly four years of civil war in South Sudan has forced 1.5 million people to flee into neighboring countries.
The education of future priests is essential for peace-building plans and will prepare seminaries to serve their communities.
Amid chaos, youth of South Sudan find hope and the opportunity to attend school built by the generosity of donors.