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Jack Hickel visits Old Fangak farms. Fight famine with farming in South Sudan Meeting with the Chiefs. Drilling.

Alaska Sudan Medical Project

Org #12396
Vetted since 2012
2008
year founded
$64,213
raised on GlobalGiving
7
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

Projects (3)

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

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2966753421
Organization Information
PO Box 230183
Anchorage, ALASKA 99523
United States
907 244-7762

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2966753421

Project Reports

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Jan 24, 2020
The Seeds of Hope
The seasons of South Sudan.  Dry and wet.  Planting and harvesting.  Food or famine.  The recent news reports coming from South Sudan are dire.  Heavy flooding damaged the...
Jan 24, 2020
South Sudan Chiefs Ask for Help for Clean Water
When the ASMP boat pulled ashore, ten minutes down the Pho river from Old Fangak, we were met by the women of Wangnyanuor.  Their village is a 30 minute walk inland.  A place where refugees...
Aug 21, 2019
Food & Water for Refugees in South Sudan Update
This is the rainy season in Old Fangak, South Sudan.  The tuberculosis patients, who gather daily for their observed therapy, must wait in the mud, protected only by a few trees.  Many of...
 
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