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.
Without proper education, our kids risk falling into the same cycle as their elders: continued conflict. Through teachers like Brother Reardon, Abangite High School creates opportunities for careers in medicine and engineering.
In a desperate effort to flee violence, 28-year-old Simone and her five children, aged 2 to 11, sought refuge in the small village of Rimenze.
Most residents of Rimenze owned property and supported themselves. But now, they’ve lost everything because of a civil war they never wanted.
Years of fighting and violence forced innocent families from their homes. They ran and escaped to local churches, hoping it would keep them safe.
No child should die from a mosquito bite. Malaria is the most notorious and dangerous diseases claiming children’s lives in South Sudan.
Help provide clean, lifesaving water to isolated villages so that people will no longer suffer from thirst, dehydration, and often deadly diseases.
Help us feed the starving. For poor and suffering families, life in South Sudan is a never-ending nightmare.
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 […]
It’s nearly Christmas, and unlike you, innocent victims of genocidal war crimes will not be celebrating Christmas at home or in beautiful churches. Instead, they will be spending this joyous holiday recovering at the Mother of Mercy Hospital in the Nuba Mountains. At a time when many hospitals have been […]