Posts Tagged ‘South Sudan’

South Sudan Orphans and Widows Program Update

Post a Comment » Written on January 26th, 2015     
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There are many valuable activities coming up as we enter into the fourth phase of the Vulnerable and Orphaned Children (VOC) in South Sudan.  Currently, there are 131 vulnerable children and orphaned within this programs; 43 from Gambella in Western …


Video from South Sudan — Hope for Widows; Vulnerable and Orphaned Children

Post a Comment » Written on January 5th, 2015     
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James Tang, a Covenant Missionary, was recently in South Sudan and Ethiopia. He shared this video that has Mathew, the project and social development director of the ECCSS/E (Covenant Church of South Sudan and Ethiopia) along with several of …


Aney Majock Kur’s Story: A South Sudanese Refugee in Ethiopia

Post a Comment » Written on December 31st, 2014     
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Week 8 Aney MajockFACT:

Since the beginning of 2014 the fighting in South Sudan has claimed more than 10,000 lives,1.4 million people have fled their homes, and 300,000 people have fled to neighboring countries. These include members of the 365 Covenant churches in



Gatwech and Nyayual’s Story: South Sudanese Refugees in Ethiopia

Post a Comment » Written on December 10th, 2014     
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Week 5 Gatwech and NyayualFACT:

Tierkitde, a camp in Ethiopia, hosts more than 37,000 South Sudanese refugees who came from the Upper Nile and Jonglei states of South Sudan. These refugees are mainly from the Nuer, Dinka, Shiluk, and Murlee tribes. The fighting has



Crocodiles in my house! Flooding in South Sudan

Post a Comment » Written on November 17th, 2014     
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South Sudan has experienced heavy flooding. This flooding brought many unwanted animals and reptiles into people’s homes and too close for comfort. I cannot imagine what it would be like to have wild crocodiles and snakes invading my home. The …