As coronavirus continues to spread around the world, medical professionals, scientists, and even people of faith are doing all they can to lessen the impact it has on the community. One group known as the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, has been working diligently to raise awareness
As we arrive at the season of Thanksgiving, we are reminded to give thanks for many things in our lives, especially our generous donors who have helped us on our mission in South Sudan.
This season, we’d like to highlight a few wonderful success stories that our family of supporters
During my visit to South Sudan last spring, one of the places I visited was the Solidarity Teacher Training College in Yambio. Like in the rest of the world, education is a valuable commodity in South Sudan, and those privileged enough to attend school are more likely to have a
The students and faculty highlight the poor conditions of St. Mary Primary School and extend their gratitude to the Sudan Relief Fund for their efforts to restore the facility.
This past spring, I took a weeklong trip to South Sudan with the Sudan Relief Fund’s Director of Operations,
This May, a small team, including our Director of Operations, David Dettoni, and me, visited South Sudan on a customary visit to check on the programs your donations support. Over the next few months, I will be sharing details of my latest visit to show you the impact of your
Amid the long-running conflict, the Loreto Secondary School is thriving in Rumbek, South Sudan, thanks to the generous support of Sudan Relief Fund donors.
The boarding school educates girls aged 5-20. During 2019’s intake, more than 420 applicants arrived to complete the first stage of the school’s intake process– a
We are always getting regular updates about what is happening on the ground in South Sudan. I received this request from our partner, Brother Bernhard, who is in desperate need for food relief. His request is below.
Neil, yes, we most urgently need to import food!
Too many people
Dr. Tom Catena moved to Sudan in 2008 to work as a surgeon in a remote rebel-held territory. He currently leads the Mother of Mercy Hospital in the Nuba Mountains of South Kordofan, Sudan. Catena’s 435-bed facility is the only referral hospital in a region of roughly a million Sudanese.
91 orphaned and abandoned children received a jump start to their education and earned their kindergarten graduation certificate.
The children enrolled at St. Joseph’s Nursery School in Narus, South Sudan are part of a scholarship program, which was funded by the generosity of Sudan Relief Fund supporters.
But for these
Thanks to the generosity of our incredible donors, we were able to fund the purchase and delivery of 11 tons of lifesaving medicine for Dr. Tom Catena and his staff at the Mother of Mercy Hospital! Hundreds of boxes are currently on the way to Gidel and will arrive at