Women of Resilience: Safiya Nunu

Insecurity from conflicts, economic downturn across the country, gender-based violence. When you think about it, it is difficult to envisage any positive progress for women in South Sudan. However, a journey of a million miles begins with the first few steps and that is the spirit of determination embodied by women across South Sudan who […]

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Trusting in God’s power: An interview with Philip

CORE Training and Development, who run the project sending South Sudanese students to George Whitefield College in Cape Town, recently interviewed Philip, who is currently sponsored in his studies by AID. The interview is reproduced in full below and the original can be accessed here. How are your subjects going? We have eight subjects: Biblical […]

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An Update from John Jal Deng at Bishop Gwynne College

CORE Training and Development, who run the project sending South Sudanese students to George Whitefield College in Cape Town, recently interviewed John Jal Deng, a graduate from that programme who was supported during his studies by AID. The interview is reproduced in full below and the original can be accessed here. John Jal Deng has […]

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The Crime of Striving for Peace in South Sudan

Some of the below summarises a media statement released by Jared Genser of Perseus Strategies, an international human rights lawyer representing Peter Biar Ajak pro bono. Peter Biar Ajak is a South Sudanese Christian, economist, academic and champion of peace. He is a good friend of Anglican International Development and shares our vision to transform […]

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‘Marsabit is not Kenya’

In May, Tabitha Muthui, AID staff member based in Nairobi, visited Marsabit in northern Kenya to explore the possibility of establishing a project similar to Manna Microfinance there. Christianity on the Decline Marsabit is the largest county in Kenya. Its major town Moyale borders Ethiopia to the North and it takes 12-14 hours to travel […]

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