Baptist Global Response

Where Needed Most Water Refugees and IDPs

South Sudan Crisis

The ceasefire in South Sudan failed before it ever got started, and people are suffering badly. Tens of thousands are displaced into about 30 refugee camps located in extremely inhospitable areas of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda. The makeshift camps lack basic access to clean water and food supplies are low. Even if a ceasefire happened tomorrow, a food crisis would still emerge in a couple of months because farmers can’t get back to their fields. Humanitarian aid can’t keep up with the growing demand.

A BGR partner team conducted an assessment trip in an area that has been overlooked, and up to $100,000 has been approved for the relief effort, which will focus primarily on water. About 5% of the kids are unaccompanied minors just trying to find a safe place.


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The BGR Gift Catalog is here—just in time for you to get a head start on your Christmas shopping!


Video Update August: South Sudan

BGR video update about how BGR is working in South Sudan.


Project feeds refugees waiting for asylum papers

Refugees fleeing violence in various Sub-Saharan countries have sought safety in one, relatively stable nation.


Pray for the crisis in South Sudan

Pray for workers who are going in to help get water established in the camps in South Sudan that are in critical need.


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