Poverty and hunger are commonplace in South Sudan. “Food security” is a term used to measure the extent to which a people group have access to safe and nutritious food.
This week, due to a lack of progress in the peace process and with the talks in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia stalled, the US threatens to withdraw support for South Sudan.
I spent this past week in Juba, the capital city of South Sudan. The sad truth about South Sudan is that there are many challenges and difficulties facing the Sudanese people. Take a look!
I was joined on my recent trip to South Sudan by a 3 man team from Dallas/Fort Worth who spent our week in Boma raising a water tower. This tower is the beginning of Phase 1 in developing a major water project. Clean water is rarely accessible in many areas of Africa and this is particularly true in South Sudan
A friend recently gave me a book entitled Mission Drift and reading it has prompted me to write you a brief history of SEA Partners and how we as an organization came to be. As we welcome a new year, I thought it would be good to share a bit of our beginnings in order...
Judisa Johnson, one of the girls we sponsor in Kitale, Kenya, has been accepted to high school and is the first Boma girl to ever attain this level of education.
Thank you for all your prayers and support. I returned last month from South Sudan with a renewed excitement for what God has done in Boma this past year and great anticipation for what He will continue doing through you and SEA Partners in the year ahead. Here is our 2017 in Review and Strategy for 2018.
Farming is the main livelihood for people in South Sudan. The United Nations has determined that 90% of all families in South Sudan depend on farming, fishing, and herding for their food and income needs. Due to the ongoing violence of a brutal civil war, the people...
Educating girls in South Sudan is one of the most daunting challenges facing leaders of this new nation. While most in the West consider the education of girls as unquestioned reality, it is far from normal in many African nations. Educating Girls is a Challenge It is...
Two Murle students perform well in Kenyan schools as they continue their education in a challenging environment. Just think for a minute what it would be like to study in a foreign country, learning your second and third language, all while competing for the opportunity to get into a good high school.