Sudan Relief Fund
When hospital work becomes a test of faith

When hospital work becomes a test of faith

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.

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Scholarship Program Gives 91 Orphans a Jump Start to Education

Scholarship Program Gives 91 Orphans a Jump Start to Education

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

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Sudan Relief Fund Delivers 11 Tons of Medicine

Sudan Relief Fund Delivers 11 Tons of Medicine

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

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A Warm Thank You from Bishop Kussala

A Warm Thank You from Bishop Kussala

HAPPY THANKSGIVING
This Thanksgiving, we’re thankful for you, and all of our incredible donors, who enable us to provide help, peace, and hope for a better future in the world’s youngest nation.
Each day, your big heart continues to reach these suffering people, making it possible for us to feed

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My Recent Trip to South Sudan – Part 3

My Recent Trip to South Sudan – Part 3

There is a very limited number of medical doctors available in Africa—and Dr. Jon Fielder is one of them.
He’s been a medical missionary in Malawi and Kenya since 2002 and co-founded the African Mission Healthcare Foundation (AMHF), a charity that supports mission hospitals in Africa. I had the pleasure

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SRF Director of Operations David Dettoni honored by Westmont College

SRF Director of Operations David Dettoni honored by Westmont College

Sudan Relief Fund’s Director of Operations was honored in September by his college alma mater. David Dettoni won Westmont College’s prestigious Global Service Award. Each year the Santa Barbara, California school “honors an individual who demonstrates devoted service to God’s kingdom through international, missionary or non-profit work by living a

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My Recent Trip to South Sudan – Part 2

My Recent Trip to South Sudan – Part 2

Among the 275,000 refugees living in Bidi Bidi, the majority have helplessly watched their families, neighbors and friends be shot and killed by armed forces, have become a victim of sexual violence, and have witnessed some of the most horrific events that are too cruel to even describe.
So many

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My Recent Trip to South Sudan – Part 1

My Recent Trip to South Sudan – Part 1

Each time I visit the Uganda refugee camps, I am always struck by the extraordinary resilience of South Sudanese families as they find new beginnings in this neighboring country.
The last five years have not been easy for South Sudan. Violence from a bloody civil war continues to spread, creating

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Sudan Relief Fund on Voice of America 9-18-18

Sudan Relief Fund on Voice of America 9-18-18

In an interview with VOA’s South Sudan in Focus, Neil Corkery, President of The Sudan Relief Fund, discusses why South Sudanese refugees will not leave the camps and return to their homeland, regardless of the latest signing of the peace deal agreement by South Sudan’s warring parties. Plus, Neil explains

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SRF Delivers Lifesaving Ultrasound Machine

SRF Delivers Lifesaving Ultrasound Machine

Thanks to the prayerful support of our donors, we are pleased to announce that the cost of an ultrasound machine has been covered for Dr. Zacharia at El Gigaiba Hospital.
During a recent trip to the Nuba Mountains, David Dettoni, Operations Director of the SRF, alongside Dr. PJ, U.S. missionary

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