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In The News


Volunteer in our warehouses, host a fund drive, and other activities using your creative thinking and new ways of solving problems to impact those in need. 

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Corporate and foundation sponsors are essential partners in our programs. As a partner, your organization makes a huge impact in a highly ignored war-torn zone.

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Help us gain and maintain an online presence by sharing our work in social media. Invite family, friends, and colleagues to support our efforts in helping victims of war. 

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Press Releases & Statements

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Donate Food

You can give us different types of foods and water tanks. We send nonperishable food to Nuba and accept freshly prepared foods for the homeless.

Donate Electronics

You can give new or old laptops, computers, tablets, phones, and other electrical appliances. We ship electronics for our schools and offices in South Kordofan.

Donate Other Items

We accept pads and tampons, toiletries, clothes, bedding, utensils, toys, school stationery, medical supplies, transport materials. We distribute them to families in need.

Our Work


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Tackling Mass Starvation and Malnutrition

We address hunger and malnutrition head-on by helping small farmers in the war-torn South Kordofan increase production and sell more crops as the best way to combat global hunger and poverty



Digging Wells & Installing Hand Pumps

Due to the lack of drinking water women & children are forced to travel great distances in search of water. Many still lack access to safe water often face obstacles like discrimination and long droughts.


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Effective Healthcare Interventions and Immunizations

Poverty and health are strongly linked. Health problems can plunge people into poverty or keep them from escaping it, and those in poverty are more likely to suffer disease because of lack of treatment.

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