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STORYTELLING – Caesar’s story (SAP in Riimenze)


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 Caesar’s story. “Apart from the livestock and the crops, I am also doing bee keeping and hope to get new kinds of beehives from Solidarity…” he said, and we are happy to ...

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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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The empty tomb: our reason for existence

empty tomb

The tomb was, indeed, found empty. And the reason for this was that the man who was buried there had risen from the dead. The empty tomb: the absence of a body buried in this tomb, threw the women into flight, astonishment, silence and fear. What does this mean? Has someone stolen the body of our beloved one? With these ...

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South Sudan: the role of the Church and its Action Plan for Peace


          Father Michael Perry, Minister General of the Order of the Friars Minor, coming back from Juba, released an interesting interview to Radio Vaticana about the role of Church and its action plan for Peace in South Sudan. Following the link:

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Meeting with Jesuiten Mission


In the last weeks Sr. Yudith Pereira, our Ass. Executive Director, and Angelo Pittaluga, our Fundraising Director met some donor agencies to strenghten our current partnerships and to join new ones, interested to the future of South Sudan. The meeting with Jesuiten Mission in Nürnberg (Germany) was very fruitful: we confirmed our will to work together for South Sudan. Following ...

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Wau Catholic Health Institute Graduates Nurses

Foto James Dimo

By James Deng Dimo WAU 24, November 2015 [Gurtong] - The Wau Catholic Health Institute in Western Bahr el Ghazal State on Tuesday graduated 19 students who successfully completed their 3 year nursing course. 25 November 2015 Graduates during the graduation ceremony held in Wau The government of Western Bahr el Ghazal State has assured the graduates of employment.James Ukello ...

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U.S. priest lives with ‘suffering Christ’ at U.N. base in South Sudan

By Paul Jeffrey Catholic News Service MALAKAL, South Sudan (CNS) — Behind the blue-helmeted U.N. soldiers ringing the periphery, their tanks and heavy weapons pointed outward, Maryknoll Father Mike Bassano’s parish is a tightly packed maze of tents and tarpaulins filled with people hiding from war. Father Bassano is the only priest amid the 25,000 civilians who live inside the ...

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