Sudan Relief Fund
Saint Clare Orphanage Update

Saint Clare Orphanage Update

Ever since we first started on our mission, we’ve provided aid and support to countless people across Sudan, all thanks to our generous donors. One of the biggest problems facing the people of this region is the large amount of orphaned children, most left without adequate food or shelter. That

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Dr. Tom Adopts a Son

Dr. Tom Adopts a Son

Tom Catena, an American doctor, is known throughout the world for his missionary work in the Nuba Mountains. He’s been serving as the only resident doctor at the Mother of Mercy Hospital for the last 12 years and remains committed to helping the Nuba people.
Prior to helping establish Mother

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Helping the Less Fortunate By Showing Compassion

Helping the Less Fortunate By Showing Compassion

Caring for the less fortunate members of society isn’t only done out of abundance. As Mama Mary Aurupai of Juba, South Sudan, has demonstrated, simply showing compassion and some form of generosity can make a world of difference for most people.
After losing her parents at such a young age,

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Young Boy Saved by Dr. Tom Catena and Mother of Mercy Hospital

Young Boy Saved by Dr. Tom Catena and Mother of Mercy Hospital

When he was five years old, Mursi, a boy from Karkarai, Sudan, found an unnatural swelling near his abdomen. This swelling began to grow at an exponential rate, and no medicine could stop it. By the third visit to the local clinic, the nurses recommended transferring him to Mother of

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Dr. Tom Saves Mother in Dangerous Birth

Dr. Tom Saves Mother in Dangerous Birth

Soma Awad is a 26-year-old woman living Kurungu Abdallah, a small village in South Sudan. Recently, Soma was pregnant with twins and ready to give birth. Unfortunately, there were some complications that almost took her life had it not been for the actions of Dr. Tom and the rest of

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Let’s Congratulate South Sudan on Their Independence Day

Let’s Congratulate South Sudan on Their Independence Day

The United States just celebrated its independence, and we’re reminded that we’re not the only country that has fought long and hard for its freedoms. South Sudan is the most recent country to do the same, becoming its own country on July 9, 2011, making it one of the youngest

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Nurse Noeleen Feeds and Teaches the Hungry, Thanks to You

Nurse Noeleen Feeds and Teaches the Hungry, Thanks to You

Nurse Noeleen Loughran has been delivering emergency healthcare to the South Sudanese refugees for many years, but her assistance doesn’t end there. In fact, she has also turned to farming to help produce food for the refugees.

 
When Noeleen began her missionary work on the border of South

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South Sudan Seminarians Thank Donors for Generosity

South Sudan Seminarians Thank Donors for Generosity

Times are tough in South Sudan and the new circumstances surrounding the pandemic leave even more uncertainty for so many of the people in the region. Sudan Relief Fund continues to provide where we can and provide a glimmer of hope to those who benefit through our support. We recently

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Sisters Fight to Reduce Coronavirus Impact in South Sudan

Sisters Fight to Reduce Coronavirus Impact in South Sudan

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

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Orphan Survives a Rebel Attack

While there, Grace, like hundreds of other children, had very little in the way of food, clean water, and other basic needs. She spent many of her days walking more than 2 hours to get clean water.