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Letter of Appeal from the Solidarity Board

Letter of Appeal from the Solidarity Board

              Dear all, We hope that you are all healthy. In this uncertain period, the advent of Covid-19 pandemic is causing a domino effect on the economy, and, we need once more your financial support. Currently, our projects in South Sudan are closed for safety, but, we are searching other ways to reach out ...

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STORYTELLING: Dominica’s story (Pastoral Project)


We continue to publish the interviews to our students, to show the impact of Solidarity with South Sudan “on the ground”. This time, we want to tell you Dominica’s story. “The aim of pastoral work includes bringing people to understand their faith; helping people understand their role as Christians apart from going to church on Sundays and teaching Christian values ...

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International Day of Nurses

nurses parade 2017

On May 12th, all the world celebrates the International Day of Nurses, and, this year, we want to share with you a video from the 2017 parade in South Sudan.   This video is to sincerely thank all the nurses around the world, in the first line to fight against the Covid19, and we want to thank our CHTI students ...

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Fortuitous meeting in South Sudan

Gabe with CHTI Graduate Beatrice April (1)

As you may know, South Sudan is also living its lockdown, with regulations and curfew to reduce the infections risks, as it is happening all around the world. Some days ago, we received a letter from Gabe Hurrish, a Maryknoll Lay Missionary appointed as Solidarity Project Officer, who is currently locked down in Kuron Peace Village in the far east ...

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New LOGO for better Communications


For some time now, Solidarity has been reflecting on how to improve our communications with those who support us. Our ‘supporters’ come in different shapes and forms. There are over 200 religious congregations who continue to be interested in and sustain our activities and our personnel. They come from all over the world, each with their own history, spirituality and ...

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ADVERT– Job offers in South Sudan


  We are urgently searching for staff in South Sudan for the following Job Positions: Clinical Tutor at CHTI (Wau) Tutor CHTI at CHTI (Wau) Project Director of SAP at Solidarity Agricultural Project (Riimenze) Financial Administrator at Solidarity Agricultural Project (Riimenze) Community Bursar – Purchaser at Juba Kindly note that the Job Positions are positions are limited to Religious or Lay Volunteers “sponsorized” by Catholic ...

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Advert for Mission Promoter of Solidarity with South Sudan

Job offer

Solidarity is a collaborative commitment of religious working in partnership with the Church in South Sudan. Its aim is to create self-sustainable educational, health, agricultural and pastoral institutions and programs that will help to empower South Sudanese people to build a just and peaceful society. Solidarity with South Sudan is now looking for a Mission Promoter to continue the promotional activities ...

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Story telling – Foiza and the training in Riimenze


      We are happy to share with you Foiza Elimana’s story! Thanks to the training attended at Solidarity Sustainable Agriculture project in Riimenze, Foiza is now able to correctly feed her daughter Marta, support her family and sell what she personally cultivates. Great job Foiza!! And thanks to all our supporters: all together we reached this target! Stay ...

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Celebrating the 8th Independence Day

2019 A Joyous Independence Day!

Today, we celebrate together with South Sudan the 8th Independence Day. To share with you this important occasion, we prepared a Prayer for South Sudan and a video. Pray with us and support South Sudan towards self sustainability and long lasting peace.

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Save the Date

Save the date DEF CARD2

We are happy to inform you that our Annual General Assembly will be held in Rome on November 27th. Details will be shared in the next weeks.

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