South Sudan: Travesty & Tragedy

When working in South Sudan words like “travesty” and “tragedy” take on new meaning.

 

One woman is picking leaves off of a tree. She will boil these leaves, hoping the “soup” will provide some nutrition for her children.

Another woman is hiding in a swamp, infested with diseases I can’t pronounce, for three days. She’s waiting for the men who are killing her family and friends, and burning her village to the ground, to leave.

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These are the people ASC is serving in this war torn nation.

-Monte E Wilson, President, Aid for Starving Children

 

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