|This year 2021, we are celebrating the 10th Anniversary of independence of South Sudan and the 13th year of presence of Solidarity in the country. Celebrations of independence were muted with people proud to be independent but yearning for a durable peace.
Unfortunately, 2021 has seen continued violence in the country. We could say that South Sudan is a country that struggles on many fronts.
Solidarity with South Sudan is an act of faith with modest gestures. Our projects are small in size when compared with the enormity of the challenges. We are 19 religious men and women in a country of 12 million people.
Solidarity is also about hope, that in forming small numbers of teachers, nurses, farmers and pastoral agents, we are making a difference and building the capacity of this country in view of a better future. As we look on South Sudan with faith and commitment, know that many are looking to us with hope and expectation.
Need for Personnel
I would like to remind you of the basic resource that enables Solidarity carry out its Mission of Capacity building – personnel.
We are continuously in need of volunteers, religious men, women and laypeople who will come and work with us.
Specifically, we are appealing for:
If you think your congregation can offer some of the people we need or contribute financially to the project, you can contact Fr. David Gentry, from our Rome office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dec 06, 2021
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