We Posted a few weeks ago about a tribe in Jonglei, South Sudan, who has been misplaced and caught in the middle of warfare. Read more here. We set out to raise an initial $25,000 to get started on helping the people. We reached that goal and sent the money over and have received news and images on what is currently going on there. Here is how your money has been used.

Please note that we are raising money for this endeavor as there is still much need!

 The Trucks made their way to Jonglei with Bishop Taban’s wife, Annegrace, and Pastor Malek. As any trip across South Sudan is eventful, this one was not without a flat tire!

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 They stopped to change the tire and then completed their journey. The trucks arrived full of food and clothes!

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 Annegrace and Pastor Malek handed out second hand clothes to the people.

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Delivering food.
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This is Annegrace praying over a sick, displaced child.

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 This little boys family had food and clothes delivered. He is putting on his new pants!

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 The Widows of the Duk Massacre helped to off load food trucks.

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 A total of 400 bags of Maize flour has been delivered to Jongolei for Duk and Paliau.

As stated earlier, our efforts are not finished in the area. We figured out that it costs $16.00 a month to feed and clothe one person. If you want to be a part of the healing for these beautiful people, just click here, fill out the form and become a monthly donor.