Sudan Relief Fund was founded for one reason: helping the people of South Sudan. Ever since we started our organization in 1998, we’ve made great strides in our efforts to provide food, shelter, medicine, water, and hope to the people of this war-torn region. We have been able to do so much only because of the help of kind and generous donors like you.

While we have assisted hundreds of thousands of people over the years with your help, we want to highlight some of the personal stories of the lives that have been saved because of your prayers and financial support. You can really get a sense of the impact of your gifts through these heartfelt and amazing stories of survival, perseverance, and the overcoming of adversity. If you are not a donor yet, you too can save a life, and support our efforts today.

  • Mother’s DayMother'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 ...
  • Rashida IbrahimRashida 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 ...
  • Radina Abdulgasim and Baby MaazRadina Abdulgasim and Baby Maaz
    Radina Abdulgasim was only 27 years old and busy being a mother to two children when she started to notice strange swellings on the right side of her neck. At ...
  • Eman GabrielEman Gabriel
    Eman Gabriel Kuku is a 2-year-old whose family is from Dabakaya, Sudan. Her father explained that one morning, Eman woke up and was unable to get out of her bed. ...
  • Naira AminNaira Amin
    Naira Amin is a young toddler who would have lost the ability to walk last year, had it not been for the help of Dr. Tom Catena and the staff ...
  • WinnieWinnie
    Meet Winnie, a 15-year-old girl living in the Bidi Bidi Refugee Camp, one of the largest refugee camps in the world, which is located in Uganda, just across the border ...
  • Jalila Noah JiradaJalila Noah Jirada
    Jalila Noah Jirada lives in Farandallah, a small village in South Sudan. Recently, Jalila experienced a terrifying situation that no expecting mother ever wants to go through: a premature birth. When ...
  • MursiMursi
    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 ...

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.