We thank to help South Sudan! Thanks for assisting Omilling!
At the time of this reporting: In 2018 the charity had not been in Omilling to run this project’s activity as the security was deterioration and the villagers fled from the rural areas. Omilling nearly was a ghost settlement. Your donations together with gifts from other sources had not been used.
Something is special about this need! We had appealed for years to anyone or a corporate body to donate a microscope so the villagers can use it to stop the malaria from taking away the life of children under 5 yet this genuine cause failed to attract the support it deserves.
To reduce malaria dead rate by over 50% we’re asking you to donate your christmas gift by giving a microscope to the needy in South Sudan.
Two enemies the government and rebel fought each other in a 5 –year South Sudan brutal civil war. The aid-helpers in the country left as the turmoil was rising nation-wide.The political unrest lasted from 2013 to 2018.No new volunteers had been recruited because the charity cannot guarantee the safety of the staff inside the country. This lack of management capacity had a disastrous effect on the charity ability to gather facts and post project field update report quarterly.
Due to a reduced charitable activity in both South Sudan and Uganda we had a huge staff turnover. Because of this we’re also looking for a top talent program coordinator for East Africa because the previous one quitted.Good news to share from Juba! Few months ago the warring parties have signed a peace deal officially ending a war that has shattered the economy and killed tens of thousands of civilians.
After this report we’re sending an officer to the village to check thing first hand and to find out if the villagers return back. When field officer returns from a tour he will post you an ad hoc story to let you know the position of your project. Also we’re glad to inform you our operation in South Sudan resumes after this report.
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