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.
This past year, the Sudan Relief Fund has worked tirelessly to assist those in need by providing food, medical care, clean water, and most importantly, hope.
I am Father Avelino, a missionary working with the Ave Maria Mission in South Sudan, just over the border from the Central African Republic. Right now, our community is in dire need of resources, especially clean water. With no clean water, disease runs rampant, crops fail, and countless men, women,
COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in March and has reached every continent. What many don’t hear about in the news is the toll this disease has taken on the poorer communities around the world. The people of South Sudan, who are already experiencing everything from war to poverty to
I want to share a story with you about an exceptional young woman I have had the privilege of getting to know: Grace Umerani.
Grace reached out to us to thank our organization for our work in South Sudan.
We (and our community of donors) completely changed the trajectory of
My name is Father Avelino Bassols. I’m from Barcelona, Spain, but have been serving overseas missions for over 25 years. Ever since I was a child, I’ve wanted to serve God’s people this way. Before I came to South Sudan, I was a missionary in Turkana, Kenya. While I was
I am scared.
I am not just scared about the current plight of the people of South Sudan, but of their future as well.
Right now, the Bidi Bidi Camp in Uganda is one of the largest refugee camps in the world, with more than 300,000 refugees. Each day, these
It’s no secret that Covid-19 is rapidly spreading across the world, but what most people don’t seem to realize is the pandemic’s devastating toll on poorer countries, especially in South Sudan.
In a country of more than 12 million people, there is only one permanent infectious unit located in the
Here in the states, the primary purpose of schools is education, but in some parts of the world, schools are a home as much as they are a place of learning, providing shelter and food for the most vulnerable. This is especially important in this region, where thousands of children
The harsh reality for the people living in the Nuba Mountains cannot be overstated. Without access to food and medicine, thousands of people are at risk to die every day. Heroes such as Dr. Tom are doing everything in their power to provide for these people, but they need help.
No Child Should Die From A Mosquito Bite
Malaria is the most notorious and dangerous diseases claiming children’s lives in South Sudan.