Trumpeters Working on Floods Response

Heavy floods have hit various states across South Sudan, including Jonglei, Upper Nile, Eastern Equatoria and Unity. In total, an area home to more than three million people has been affected, one quarter of the whole population. About 420,000 of these people have been displaced from their homes; entire communities have been submerged and crops […]

Categories: Featured, News, Trumpeters Sanitation.

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The KCDT Gets Juicy: Anthony’s Story

Microfinance for Young People Since Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta took office in 2013 millions of Kenyans have found themselves without employment despite a supposedly ‘booming’ economy amongst the wealthier in society. This has left many less-skilled adults and young people without work or job prospects. This then only further exacerbated by a growing working population […]

Categories: Microfinance, News.

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New Growth Brings New Challenges: An Interview with Samuel Marial, Principal of Bishop Gwynne Theological College

During a visit to South Africa, Chris (a board member of AID) was able to chat with Samuel Marial, principal of Bishop Gwynne Theological College in Juba, South Sudan. The college is supported by AID in collaboration with CORE Training and Development. In this meeting, Samuel was able to share how he came to be […]

Categories: Bishop Gwynne College, Church Strengthening, News, Prayer Letter.

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Trumpeters: Borehole Repair Work Moving Forwards

Water charity Drop4Drop cites poor rains, drought, the depreciated South Sudanese pound and the ever-increasing cost of living as contributors to the difficulties that South Sudanese people face in accessing clean water on a daily basis. Many people rely on water deliveries and inequality is exacerbated by the high prices of this system, as well […]

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Shaving Heads to Save for Schooling: Jackson Muriithi’s Story

Jackson Muriithi (aged 20) is a member of of St Phillip’s Njoguini Church in Kirinyaga, Kenya. In 2017 he completed his KCSE (final school-level exams) but due to financial difficulties, he has been unable to continue onto college as he had expected. Jackson is the oldest of his three siblings and is having to wait […]

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