Covid-19 – JHSI Suspends Operations

We begin this update with the unchanging truth that Jesus Christ is in control now with the same power that created everything at the beginning: ‘…in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world. He is the […]

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Covid-19 in Africa: Perseverance in Christ

In such a global crisis as Covid-19, it is easy for us to default to focusing on our own needs and those of our immediate community. This is of course important as all that we take for granted is stripped away. However, we can also take this opportunity to empathise with those worldwide who, at […]

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Gondokoro: Trumpeting into a New Region

  Sanitation in Gondokoro Lying to the North East of Juba, Gondokoro is an incredibly fertile region of South Sudan on the banks of the White Nile river. However, hygiene and sanitation provision here is extremely low. This causes drastic problems especially during times of flooding where river water submerges households and carries with it […]

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‘We need to study the Bible’: An Interview with Seme

Seme is a current student at George Whitefield College (GWC) sponsored by AID, along with Philip. This is an abridged version of Seme’s interview with our partner organisation CORE Training and Development in which he reflects on how he has adapted to the new academic and cultural environment during his first semester at George Whitefield […]

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Two Midwifery Students, Past and Present

In this post, we hear the stories of two midwives – one graduate from the National Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) in Uganda, and one current student at the Jonglei Health Sciences Institute (JHSI). Jane Keniken Sabir is a midwife from the Nuba Mountains, a particularly needy area of Sudan. She is a registered midwife, […]

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