Water for the Sudans
“We used to carry water from the town to our village on our heads in buckets. Because of this labour our hair at the top of our heads stopped growing. Now that we have this borehole we do not have to carry on our heads anymore so the hair will grow back. Thank you for allowing us to be beautiful again.” – Wife of village chief
Bibles for the Sudans
Supplying the transformational power of the Gospel to the people of Sudan and South Sudan.
The Beja People
Bringing medical and educational solutions to the Beja people where it’s most needed.
The Sudans Children’s Fund
900 children, 11 teachers, open air classrooms
Creating a future for the children of Sudan and South Sudan by supplying educational resourced like science lab equipment
“Everyone matters. You too can make a difference. Together we can change lives and change nations”
– Norman Johnson MD
In the spotlight:
10 Facts about Sudan
1.The estimated population of the Sudan is 41,160,965.
2. The nominal GDP of the Sudan is $115,874 billion, and the nominal per capita GDP is $2,841.
3. The government in the Sudan is a dominant-party federal semi-presidential republic.
4. The official languages in the Sudan are Arabic and English.
5. The total area of the Sudan is 728,215 square miles (1,886,068 square
6. The currency of the Sudan is the Sudanese pound.
7. People drive on the right side of the road in the Sudan.
8. The Sudan has a 530-mile (853 km) coastline bordering the Red Sea.
9. The countries bordering the Sudan by land, are Libya, South Sudan, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Chad, and the Central African Republic.
10. 97% of the Sudan’s population are followers of Islam, and most of them follow the Sunni form of Islam.
Information from http://nationfacts.net/sudan-facts/
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