We have written several blog posts on the work we are doing in Jonglei, South Sudan. To read the details with images, see this post.
In this last post, we updated you with the information on the peace talks held by Bishop Taban and Stan Fikes, one of our board members. We are so happy to report that since these peace talks the fighting has stopped!
We have received word that because the Jongolei peace conference was so successful, the Government of Central Equatoria has asked Bishop to train the County counselors of the three Counties in Central Equatoria State of Yei, Lainya and Morobo. This is a direct invitation to repeat the peace talks!
Our works in Jonglei are far from finished. Jonglei is very undeveloped. There are barely even dirt roads. The area we have been working in has lost so much and we are working to find ways to not just help them temporarily, but to create ways to help them develop their economy. We have already delivered, as you will see in the previous posts, 400 bags of maize (food), and another delivery, mostly medical supplies, is in process.
To do all the work that we initially want to do, we only have $50,000.00 left to raise this year. Please consider being a part of this.
Thanks to all who have been a part of this process. If you would like to join us in our efforts in South Sudan, it is as easy as making a tax deductible donation by clicking here. Your donation can be a one time gift or a monthly gift.
Thank you for taking time to learn about what is going on and for partnering with us!