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Discipleship, Education & Training

Lives Transformed in DRC’s Dungu Territory

Violence and instability have long plagued the Dungu Territory of northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Churches, schools, and houses burned down during armed conflict decades ago have never been rebuilt, leaving communities seemingly trapped in spiritual and physical poverty. In the wake of so many years of violence, many families have been left with…

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Health & Medical Ministries

Cleft Lip & Palate Surgical Teams

Cleft Lip & Palate Surgical Teams Medical Specialists Needed In a hard-to-reach community in Liberia, John struggled to secure a stable livelihood due to a frustrating physical condition—a cleft lip. He had endured a life of ridicule and rejection because people believed that he was cursed. John Finally, John received a life-changing operation from a Samaritan's Purse…

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Health & Medical Ministries

Bringing Care to South Sudan’s Far Reaches

The villagers all believed that Kawine, 12, was bewitched, cursed. Nyawika, her mother, recounted the day three years ago when it all started. Kawine was busy about the afternoon’s duties, and the other children were playing in the shade of a tree. Then suddenly Nyawika “heard the siblings crying for help so I ran to…

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Discipleship, Education & Training

Discipling Church Leaders in South Sudan

Like most members of his church, Pastor Mikias and his family struggle with life in a South Sudanese refugee camp. They fled down from the Nuba Mountains in Sudan without any personal belongings and rely on monthly food rations to survive. Despite hardships, Pastor Mikias gathered together a group of Christian believers and began meeting…

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Our Ministry

Hope for South Sudan

StrengtheningSouth Sudan’s Churches South Sudan Projects 013954 $ Give After many years of persecution, churches in South Sudan are thriving and reaching people with the Good News of Jesus Christ. Facebook Twitter email When a South Sudanese congregation found out a struggling widow named Abuk and her four children had been left homeless because of a fire,…

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Discipleship, Education & Training

Churches in South Sudan Trained to Help Their Neighbors

Like millions of other South Sudanese, Abuk Athian Wol, 38, has endured terrible hardship. When she was young, a disease left her right leg permanently disabled, her father died in war, and her mother passed away not long afterward. At age 23, Abuk was forced to marry a 52-year-old man who died shortly after she…

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Crisis & Disaster Response

Hungry Families Rely on Food Distributions in South Sudan

Roda has lived in a refugee camp in South Sudan for eight years and food scarcity is still a burden for this mother of six. No one in Roda’s family is working and her husband left the family about four years ago. She is grateful for the food she receives each month through Samaritan’s Purse…

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Feeding Programs

Samaritan’s Purse Provides Critical Food Assistance for South Sudanese

Food is scarce during South Sudan’s dry season when the land turns brown, dusty, and desolate. Residents and thousands of refugees become more vulnerable to starvation and sickness. “Dry season proves to be difficult in South Sudan,” said Collins Enabu, Samaritan’s Purse Deputy Country Director of Programs. “When people are unable to plant and harvest…

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Discipleship, Education & Training

Delivering Relief to the Hard-to-Reach in South Sudan

Despite many challenges, Samaritan’s Purse continues to carry out major programming from five field bases in South Sudan. Our relief efforts are focused on water and sanitation, healthcare, food assistance, nutrition, food security and livelihoods, and continuing partnerships with local churches. We’re there in Jesus’ Name and eager to share the Gospel. With a long…

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Discipleship, Education & Training

Drama Team Shares the Gospel in South Sudan Refugee Camp

Jumu arrived alone in Ajuong Thok refugee camp. His two brothers were killed during Sudan’s civil war, and his parents refused to travel south—terrified of leaving the only home they’d ever known in the Nuba Mountains. Jumu, now 22, desperately wanted to find Christian fellowship in the South Sudan refugee camp, and he’s now experiencing…

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