Compassion spreads faster than COVID!
Read more about KSU and their response to COVID 19.
Read more about the Moringa Project in our December newsletter.
Read about how KSU nursing students have plans to bring an end to malnutrition in our August 2019 newsletter.
Check out our April 2019 newsletter for discussions about Sudan’s future now that Bashir has stepped down. Also read the latest news from Kush State, The Manute Bol School, and The Future Generation Primary School!
One Show Only @ The Cinema Arts Theatre in Fairfax, VA! Dr. Tom Catena’s patients come to him from hundreds of miles away on foot, in carts, or often cradled in their mother’s arms. The only surgeon within 200 miles, ‘Dr. Tom’ does his best to save lives in the midst of carnage and terror, treating as many as 400 patients a day at Mother of Mercy Hospital, nestled in the heart of […]
Rumbek, South Sudan The children at Future Generation Primary School in Rumbek receive more than just education, they receive daily meals that help sustain them and give them hope. The daily meals help them stay healthy and even alive during famines. We are so thankful for the teachers, leaders, and staff that help foster a nurturing learning environment for these future leaders of South Sudan. The beautiful, young women at Future […]
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. […]