South Sudan Crisis - Ibba Offers Hope

Posted by Rachel Brittain on Tue, 18 Jul 2017 | 0 comments | Bookmark: digg this Post this to del.icio.us Post this to Facebook

Ibba Diocese in South Sudan has been supporting Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who have fled conflict and famine, left their livelihoods and arrived into the diocese.

Ibba Diocese has given these families land to settle on. Thanks to CMSI’s South Sudan Emergency appeal, they have also provided agricultural tools and groundnut seeds so the families can plant and grow their own food.

Bishop Wilson extends his thanks to all those who have supported this appeal and he hopes that these families will feel settled and supported in Ibba Diocese.

The Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal has also recently pledged support for CMSI’s partners in South Sudan, focusing on providing emergency food and education assistance for IDP children.

Support CMSI’s South Sudan Appeal
We’re keen to keep providing financial support to CMSI’s Global Partners in South Sudan and in Uganda as they respond to those whose lives have been devastated and those who have fled their homes. To support this appeal, please click the donate button below.

To provide specific support to any of CMSI’s Global Partners, visit the Designated Giving Page on the CMSI website.

Thanks for your prayerful support for South Sudan and our partners there.

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