Agriculture Project Doubles in Reach

During one week in mid-January, 13 men were trained in ‘Foundations for Farming’ (FfF) techniques so that they can equip South Sudanese refugees and Ugandans* with agricultural skills which the latter can use to develop a long-term livelihood. The training was carried out in order to extend the reach and quality of AID’s agriculture project, launched […]

Categories: Agriculture.

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Brushing Up on Sanitation

Leida Kruidhof, a nurse from the Netherlands who helped to begin the Trumpeter Community Health Project, has recently returned from a trip to South Sudan to visit the sanitation team and see how they were getting on. She reports that her trip was very encouraging and sends some photos of her activities.     Much […]

Categories: Featured, News, Trumpeters Sanitation.

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Year-end Catch-up With John – Theology Student from South Sudan

AID’s supporters have been giving toward John Jal Deng’s theology tuition fees at George Whitefield College in Cape Town, South Africa. John comes from South Sudan and, once he’s graduated, plans to return home to train up other pastors. He is now coming to the end of his second year of training and we caught up with him […]

Categories: Bishop Gwynne College, Church Strengthening, Featured, News.

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Hand-washing Helps Children Stay in School

You can’t help but say ‘aw’ at this photo as one little child learns to wash his hands with soap and others gather round, watching intently. The Trumpeters see teaching children the value of good hygiene as key to improving the health of a community. Not only does it prevent children suffering from deadly diseases […]

Categories: Featured, Health, Trumpeters Sanitation.

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Anyone for a Cup of Tea?

Jane Onasumas grew up in Lui in South Western South Sudan. She and her husband were blessed with 10 children. However, tragically, her husband was killed during Sudan’s civil war between the North and South. As the war became increasingly intense, Jane moved her family to Juba (South Sudan’s capital). She found a job as a […]

Categories: Featured, Microfinance, News.

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Join AID’s Christmas Celebration!

A new agriculture project with South Sudanese refugees, 49 South Sudanese health workers graduated and a new microfinance project supported in Kenya! It’s been a great year at AID, come and celebrate with us at our Christmas party! Key info Fri 1 Dec 7:30pm The Holy Biscuit, NE2 1 YH They’ll be a delicious 2 […]

Categories: Featured, News.

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It was Bake or Break for Salva

Salva Munu is 35 and has 8 children between the ages of 2 and 16. Making enough to feed them all can be a challenge in her home city of Juba, South Sudan. “I have a big family, I had to start to support my husband in providing for my family because all my children […]

Categories: Microfinance, News, Uncategorized.

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49 South Sudanese Health Students Complete Training

‘I came with the dream that I have to go and get appropriate knowledge and skill [so that I can]… help the South Sudanese who are in a very bad condition.’ Gai – final year nursing student. Having been involved with this project from its inception, it was extremely moving for Anglican International Development (AID) […]

Categories: Featured, Health, National Institute of Health Sciences, News.

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“I have hope that I can now provide for my family” – South Sudanese Refugees

Susan Monday has spent much of her life as a refugee. As a young girl, at the age of 5, she fled the brutal civil war in Sudan and settled in Rhino Camp in the Arua district of Uganda with her family. Life at the camp was not easy. “My father was later killed at the […]

Categories: Agriculture, News.

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6 Day Health Campaign in Juba

Volunteers with Trumpeter Community Health (TCH), AID’s sanitation partner in South Sudan, have been getting their crucial health messages out on a larger scale through a 6 day campaign in Juba this June. Every year easily preventable diseases, such as cholera, diarrhea and pneumonia, claim lives in South Sudan: since 2016, 194 people have died from cholera across the […]

Categories: Health, News, Trumpeters Sanitation.

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