https://www.wfpusa.org/articles/what-you-need-to-know-preventing-famine-in-south-sudan/ “Ongoing violence has prevented many of the country’s farmers from tending their fields this harvest season, causing food stocks to plummet and prices to rise. As a result, the coming hunger season—the period between harvests when vulnerable households run out of food—is projected to start even earlier than usual this year.” -World Food Program, USA The harsh reality of conflict is that its consequences are deadly and causes much suffering. For the past […]
Our thoughts, prayers, and hearts go out to the Reverend Daniel Deng Kuot and his family as they mourn the loss of his brother who lost his life in a car accident last week. May God bless their family with peace and comfort through these times.
What is it like to be a child in South Sudan? What about a farmer or a grandmother? World Food Program, USA posted a great article and insight into the South Sudanese people: https://www.wfpusa.org/articles/5-voices-from-the-south-sudan-crisis/ We are always encouraged to see and hear stories of hope that lives on despite the conflict in South Sudan. We hope that through our schools we can raise up a new generation of people who dream and hope big. […]
Terrific tribute to Manute and his humanitarian work on “celebs you didn’t know passed away”! This link takes you right to the section on Manute and Sudan Sunrise. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebztEUmhEMY&t=4m35s His work still goes on!
Thanks to our donors, 1,608 children made it through the harsh famine! Check out stories like this and more in our latest Newsletter!
As Americans prepare for the busy holiday season, the Sudanese 8th graders at Future Generation Primary School and Manute Bol School prepare to take their national exams. We currently fund the daily meal program along with the teacher and staff salaries of both schools. We are so proud of the 8th graders and their hard work in preparing and taking the exams! We are so thankful for the teachers and staff for their dedication […]
Tuesday, October 10, 2017- Bishop Abraham Nhial Visits Simpson Middle School in Loudoun County, VA Seventh graders cheered as they heard Bishop Abraham Nhial encourage them in their education and in living out their lives of freedom and peace in the US. After sharing the harrowing account of growing up as a lost boy as well as the harsh, war-torn condition of his country still, Bishop Nhial reminds us that we have […]
The key to peace is education. -Manute Bol There is a beautiful story behind this picture. One of hope and unity. The Manute Bol Primary School was founded by a man named Victor. When the school opened, one of the first things he did was rally the local community together to raise funds to purchase a chalkboard for the teachers to use. The students used to draw in the dirt, like this […]
“In a statement, UNHCR, notes that an average of more than 1,800 South Sudanese refugees a day have fled to Uganda in the past year. The influx has become the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world.” As the refugee crisis in Uganda worsens, Daniel Deng Kuot, a pastor from the Episcopal Church of South Sudan, continues his mission to bring hope and encouragement to South Sudanese refugees in Uganda. He ministers […]
-Rumbek, South Sudan Recently, we got word though Paul Awan that the children at the Future Generation Primary School in Rumbek were at risk for famine. For the past six weeks, we have been able to provide the funding to implement a free lunch program for the hungry children. This was only possible because of generous donors! Thank you! When you give, you are giving more than just physical sustenance, but also hope to children who […]