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children carrying water in South Sudanese refugee camp

Christian Aid in South Sudan

Christian Aid has been operating in the Sudan and the current South Sudan since the 1970s and we opened our field office in Juba, South Sudan, in 2008.

South Sudan became an independent country in 2011 amid much hope and optimism, following a referendum in which its people voted overwhelmingly to separate from Sudan. However, in December 2013, a major conflict erupted that has devastated areas of the country and escalated ethnic tensions.

South Sudan is in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. Our partners are working in the areas worst affected by violence, providing emergency supplies such as food, clean water, hygiene kits and shelter.

Visit our South Sudan Crisis Appeal to find out more

We are currently updating this page and further information will be coming soon.

Reports and resources

South Sudan is facing catastrophic food shortages, caused by four years of conflict in the country.

Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.

Looks at the tax dodging that has cost the countries that receive money from the Scottish Government’s international development fund almost £43m.

Examines stigma, discrimination and prejudice faced by people living with HIV in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum.

Looks at causes and context of crisis in South Sudan, the acute humanitarian need and ways to overcome the crisis in the immediate and longer term.

The fields are empty – the sowers have fled, the schools are empty – the children are taken, the clinics are empty – there is no medicine.

We pray for the many casualties of war in South Sudan for those bereaved or injured by conflict for those bereft of their homes and livelihoods...

Please join us in praying for the people of South Sudan, millions of whom have been forced to flee their homes due to violence.

Downloadable East Africa Crisis Appeal poster to print out and display in your church. 

Lessons from South Sudan demonstrate why involving and strengthening national actors is the only approach that is truly effective and sustainable.

Contact us

Christian Aid South Sudan is based in Juba. We also draw on the expertise of colleagues from other Christian Aid teams across Africa and the world, staff at Christian Aid’s UK headquarters, as well as INGO networks in South Sudan and beyond.