Famine in South Sudan has left 100,000 people on the verge of starvation and nearly 5 million people, more than 40% of the country’s population, are in need of urgent help!
“Our worst fears have been realized,” said Serge Tissot of the Food and Agriculture Organization, part of the
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In a just released UN report, officials warn that the war in South Sudan has reached “catastrophic proportions for civilians”. We are now seeing a rise of militias which further risks the country spinning out of control, fueling fighting for years to
Sudan Relief Fund is delighted to share fantastic news! Due to the generosity of donors to Sudan Relief Fund, a large delivery of medicine has arrived at Mother of Mercy Hospital in the Nuba Mountains for Dr. Tom Catena.
Delivering medicine in this area can be challenging. The vital medical
The Minister of Higher Education has approved Catholic University of South Sudan in Juba to remain open. It is the only university currently operating in South Sudan.
The Minister and eight other of his team members met earlier this week at a press conference to decide whether or not to
HIV/AIDS is one of the greatest global health challenges of modern times. This problem especially impacts the poor and war-torn country of South Sudan, where medical treatment needed to prevent the virus from spreading is extremely scarce.
In a part of the world where there is little understanding of how
For the first time, South Sudan could be the most insecure location in the world. At the moment, relief agencies are scaling back their operations in the country after a gang rape attack on foreign aid workers. While many are fleeing, Sudan Relief Fund is committed to staying and helping
A shipment from Kenya made an emergency food aid delivery to those suffering in South Sudan as the world’s youngest country is teetering on the brink of civil war.
Trucks filled with 28 tons of food made the life-saving delivery early Saturday morning on August 13th to Juba, which was
Three years of civil war have brought the nation of South Sudan and its people to their knees. An estimated 50,000 people have been killed in the five years since the new nation of South Sudan was born. Countless numbers have been displaced. And more than 3 million are starving.
The number of orphans in South Sudan has risen dramatically over the last several years. In response to this, and thanks to our generous donors, The Sudan Relief Fund has been supporting The Welfare Support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children Project. The project was designed to address the daily and
Despite attempts at peace, the situation in South Sudan is still tense, and people fear a famine. Brother Bernhard Hengl, of the Combine Missionaries, claims “A terrible famine will happen this year!”. Br. Bernard has been on ground zero in the Sudan for several years, and has witnessed, first hand,