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While the South Sudanese are, sadly, familiar with flood conditions, the volume of water and extensive damage this time far exceeds any flood since 1958. In Jonglei State, where we partner with the local Anglican Church, many have died while migrating south to higher ground. The month-long journey is made with whole families and sometimes even livestock, via small canoes, rafts made of plastic sheeting, or on foot. 

As of September, according to Anglican Aid’s contact Rev Samuel Majok, who has been receiving updates from the ground, the South Sudanese government and local NGOs had not yet provided assistance for this disaster.

Church leaders used small boats to go from house to house checking for survivors.

Funds donated through Anglican Aid will provide basic items such as food, blankets, and mosquito nets to those who have been displaced by the floods. The assistance will be distributed through the local church, ensuring pastoral care is also given.

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SEPTEMBER 1, 2020

South Sudan Floods Featured on ABC Radio National

Sydney-based Reverend Samuel Majok, leader of the South Sudanese congregation at St Mark’s Oakhurst, is raising funds for many thousands of people impacted.

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SEPTEMBER 1, 2020

South Sudan Floods Featured on ABC Radio National

Sydney-based Reverend Samuel Majok, leader of the South Sudanese congregation at St Mark’s Oakhurst, is raising funds for many thousands of people impacted.

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