One of three new boreholes, Toch. Children in Old Fangak. Floods causing insecurity. In the Old Fangak Market.

Alaska Sudan Medical Project

Org #12396
Vetted since 2012
2008
year founded
$98,220
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

With the vision of "building hope and health for life," the Alaska Sudan Medical Project has worked in a remote, impoverished region of South Sudan since 2008 to provide health, water, sanitation and agricultural systems one of the world's newest and poorest countries. This remote region carries some of the worst and most alarming health statistics on the planet. In Jonglei State, South Sudan, where the Alaska Sudan Medical Project is working, children die needlessly of disease and malnutrition. The infant mortality rate is 1,700 deaths per 100,000 births. Nearly 20% of the people suffer from chronic hunger and only 10% of the children have received full childhood immunizati... read more

Project Leaders
Todd Hardesty
Todd Hardesty
Team
Todd Hardesty
Organization Information
PO Box 230183
Anchorage, ALASKA 99523
United States
907 244-7762
Organization Information
PO Box 230183
Anchorage, ALASKA 99523
United States
907 244-7762

Project Reports

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Aug 2, 2021
Sowing Hope Amidst Desperation
Peter Riek has planted carrots, okra and pumpkin in his garden at Dhoreak, South Sudan. He proudly displayed the results of his labor when our team came to survey the outcome of this years...
Jul 30, 2021
Climate Change and Refugees-Flooding puts a million people on the move
The region where we work is drowning.  Fields are flooded, homes abandoned, the village market has a small stream running through it.  It is a drowned land. When the rains returned in...
Mar 15, 2021
Flooding Destroys Crops - Seeds of Hope Planted
It is not easy to watch.  Five women in the village of Old Fangak, South Sudan sitting by the riverbank sifting the dirt in search of kernels of sorghum which have spilled from torn relief...
 
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