Projects we support in South Sudan

  • Read Kajo Keji Christian College

    Kajo Keji Christian College

    Due to the civil wars Sudan and South Sudan have faced long periods of instability, conflict and insecurity meaning theological education has been limited. Through this project four church leaders will receive formal theological training at Kajo-Keji Christian College enabling churches in the region to develop and produce competent Church Ministers to meet the tremendous growth of the church.

  • Read Bishop Gwynne College

    Bishop Gwynne College

    Bishop Gwynne College trains Christian leaders from all over South Sudan, helping to shape this country's future as a peaceful society based on Christian teaching and good governance.

  • Read Lost Children of Jonglei Scholarships

    Lost Children of Jonglei Scholarships

    Lost Children of Jonglei Scholarships provide secondary schooling to children whose families originated from Jonglei State, South Sudan, but who have been displaced through civil war and now live in Kakuma Refugee Camp. Many of these children have no knowledge of their parents’ whereabouts, or have been orphaned and rely on relatives to survive. Read more by clicking the title above.

  • Read Victims of Violence and Famine in East Africa Appeal

    Victims of Violence and Famine in East Africa Appeal

    Archbishop Glenn Davies has been joined by the three former Archbishops of Sydney in calling for Sydney Anglicans and their friends to support the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Uganda and Northern Kenya where people are now dying. Their letter begins "We, the current and former Archbishops of Sydney, are jointly calling for your help to respond to two major humanitarian crises unfolding in parts of East Africa." Read more by clicking the headline above

  • Read Adjumani Refugee Camp

    Adjumani Refugee Camp

    Northern Uganda's Moyo District is home to a network of UNHCR camps known as Adjumani. Since the beginning of the South Sudan Civil War in December 2013, more than 220,000 people have fled to Uganda seeking safety from civil strife.