Mary Abdallah

Mary Abdallah

While many of us take transportation opportunities for granted, getting from here to there in South Sudan can be overwhelming, if not altogether impossible at times. Automobile ownership is virtually nonexistent, fuel is costly, and modes of transport are further inhibited by impassable roads during the rainy season. Most travel […]

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day

WILL YOU GIVE A GIFT TO HELP A MOTHER IN NEED FOR MOTHER’S DAY? Mothers are truly a precious gift worth celebrating. They pour so much love and sacrifice into our lives, and we are grateful. But in some parts of the world, being a mother is incredibly difficult. As […]

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Samira Sirer Tia

Samira Sirer Tia

Meet Samira Sirer Tia. She is 25 years old and a busy mother from the village of Dabakaya in South Sudan. Earlier this year Samira became pregnant, but this time things were different than usual. From the outset she began to feel dizzy and weak. Soon this became so severe […]

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SOUTH SUDAN BEGINS TO RECEIVE COVID VACCINE SHIPMENTS FROM INDIA

SOUTH SUDAN BEGINS TO RECEIVE COVID VACCINE SHIPMENTS FROM INDIA

In a welcome bit of good news for Africa’s youngest country, South Sudan has begun to receive COVID-19 vaccine relief, as they brace to deal with a second wave of the coronavirus that has infiltrated their borders. On Thursday, March 25, South Sudan started receiving shipments of the COVID vaccine […]

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Rashida Ibrahim

Rashida Ibrahim

Rashida Ibrahim says that without the help she received at Mother of Mercy Hospital, she wouldn’t be alive today to share her story. Mother of Mercy Hospital is a referral hospital in the Nuba Mountains of South Sudan, the only trauma center in a 300-mile radius serving over 250,000 Sudanese. […]

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Thank You from Our Partners in South Sudan

Thank You from Our Partners in South Sudan

It’s all because of you. We can’t thank you enough. You truly are heroes and angels to the people we serve. You made our ongoing lifesaving work possible through 2020, a challenging year for everyone. We served in hospitals, orphanages, refugee camps, and a host of critical locations where literally, lives depend on it. […]

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Lepers Still Suffer Among Us

Leprosy is an infectious but curable disease. Yet some 200,000 people around the world are still affected today, most suffering in poor and remote parts of Africa and Asia.