Jan 8, 2021

2020-21 Operating Season

First Well Rehabilitation of the 2020-21 Season
First Well Rehabilitation of the 2020-21 Season
Dear Friend,
Thank you—for stepping up, for bringing hope to the people that need it the most, and for sharing our vision of a South Sudan where every single person has access to clean water. Even with the onset of the COVID–19 pandemic, we were still able to drill 57 new wells, rehabilitate 48 older wells, conduct 13 hygiene education trainings, and distribute relevant COVID–19 information to more than 18,000 people. Because of you, we served more than 80,000 people during the 2019–20 operating season. We're proud to have you in our corner. 
An update on the 202021 drilling season: Water for South Sudan just launched the 2020–21 operating season, and we've already rehabilitated seven of our older wells, with a goal of 50 rehabilitation, and drilled two new wells, with plans to drill 40 new wells this season. We've also conducted nine hygiene educations trainings.
Wishing you peace and good health for 2021,
~Water for South Sudan Team
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Every month we profile Amazing Kids around the world who make our work possible. This month we chatted with the Lin family from Washington State, and Alaina from Minnesota.
Read about how they first got involved with Water for South Sudan, and learn their secrets for successful fundraising! Read the feature here
Hygiene Trainees Reviewing Best Practices
Hygiene Trainees Reviewing Best Practices


Sep 10, 2020

Little by Little, Step by Step, Bring Clean Water to South Sudan

Big news! We’re teaming up with GlobalGiving for their Little by Little campaign! This campaign is only occuring between Monday, September 14th, and Friday, September 18th!

What does this mean for you? It means that for one week only all donations through GlobalGiving will be matched at 50% up to $50! 

Donate $50 to Water for South Sudan, a GlobalGiving will chip in ANOTHER $25. Every single dollar goes towards bringing clean water to people in South Sudan.

To top it all off, GlobalGiving will match all new recurring donations through the end of the year! Sign up to give $10 a month, and Water for South Sudan will get $20. 

We couldn’t be more grateful for your support. Every gift you make allows us to bring clean water to moms and babies that rely on people like you. Thank you for being a part of our Water for South Sudan global community. Thank you for giving the gift of hope.


Aug 20, 2020

Exciting Things Happening at WFSS

COVID-19 Work Continues
COVID-19 Work Continues

The team continues to monitor the impact of COVID-19 emergency hygiene training. To date, more than 18,800 people have learned about COVID-19 risk, symptoms, and prevention. The hygiene team is distributing face masks and soap at each training site. We are in regular contact with WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) clusters and will continue to share updates with you as they develop.

 40 for 40 Campaign

Calling All Rotarians: Join the 40 for 40 Campaign

Are you a Rotarian or know someone who is? As we navigate this uncertain time, hygiene and sanitation services are more important than ever. We're in search of 40 Clubs interested in helping raise the $40,000 needed to provide another school with toilet facilities and hygiene education. Consider introducing us to your club. 

For more information or to schedule a presentation, contact Elissa Rowley at elissa.rowley@waterforsouthsudan.org.

 Staff Spotlight

NEW Staff Spotlight: Hygiene Team Leader Suzan Santino Wol

We're excited to launch the new Staff Spotlight. Each month we will help you get to know our staff by introducing you to one employee.

This month, we're thrilled to feature Hygiene Team Leader Suzan Santino Wol. She's worked for WFSS for the past six years and has been delivering COVID-19 awareness messages since April. 

Click here to meet Suzan.

 Amazing Kids Feature

Amazing Kids Feature: Miles from Singapore

We’re happy to shine a spotlight this month on Miles from Singapore. He has spent the past several months making connections with friends and family around the world, all the while raising funds for WFSS. 

Click here to learn what Miles has been up to. 


 Seeking Refuge Podcast

Seeking Refuge Podcast: Featuring WFSS Founder Salva Dut

Want to hear some extraordinary stories of resilience and humanity? Tired of the political debates about refugees? Tune in to Seeking Refuge for the human stories of refugees and those working to protect them.

Click here to listen to WFSS Founder Salva Dut's feature.


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