Category Archives: Reports

Ministry Reports and updates

200!

200!

A couple of months ago, we reported that the PPF safe water team had repaired 175 broken wells in the war-torn Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Today, we can rejoice again in hearing the news that the 200 mark has been reached!  About 18 months ago, we began to repair broken well pumps, setting an initial goal [...]

The Dilemma of Freedom of Religion in Sudan

The Dilemma of Freedom of Religion in Sudan

Editor’s Note: The following is an excellent commentary on the issue of religious freedom (or the lack thereof) in Sudan. The tragic case of Meriam Ibrahim has shown a spotlight on the lamentable human rights record of the current regime in power. Most people don’t realize how diverse Sudan is and the rich heritage it has [...]

PPF Protests for Meriam!

PPF Protests for Meriam!

PPF joined several organizations demonstrating outside the White House and the Sudan Embassy in Washington D.C. to protest the imprisonment of Meriam Ibrahim and her two children near Khartoum. Meriam’s plight captured the world’s attention, as she was under sentence of death for “converting” to Christianity and marrying a Christian. Meriam’s husband is an American [...]

More Emergency Medical Flights

More Emergency Medical Flights

Your giving continues to make a difference! In June, PPF conducted more emergency medical relief flights, including one to the hard-hit county of Panyagor in Jonglei State. There are more than 30,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Panyagor. PPF flew in vital medicines to serve the 15 medical care facilities in the county. Thank you [...]

Nearly Sixty Bombs in Four Days

Nearly Sixty Bombs in Four Days

Over a period of four days last week, the Sudan Air Force dropped nearly 60 bombs on civilian targets in the Nuba Mountain community of Kauda. The bombs hit schools, livestock, clinics, and destroyed offices at the only NGO operating in the war zone, the Nuba Relief, Rehabilitation and Development Organization (NRRDO). Citizen journalists with [...]

The Ghost Town of Abyei

The Ghost Town of Abyei

On May 11, 2011, Abyei town, the historic capital of the nine Dinga Ngok chiefdoms in Southern Kordofan, was ransacked by Sudan Armed Forces aided by Janjaweed troops and Misseriya militias. The army brought in bulldozers and leveled the town. The local church was looted, desecrated and destroyed by soldiers. Every Bible, book, pew, pane [...]

Trapped Between Two Wars

Trapped Between Two Wars

Since June, 2011, the Nuba people in Southern Kordofan, Sudan, have endured a relentless campaign of ethnic cleansing and persecution from the NCP regime in Khartoum. Dictator Omar al Bashir’s call to “take out the garbage” — referring to Nuba residents — sparked a series of massacres of thousands of ethnic Nuba in the state [...]

Emergency: South Sudan Airlift

Emergency: South Sudan Airlift

Please help us load the next emergency relief flight! “The rebels burned down seven churches in our community. Many people were hiding inside the churches, but they did not escape the killing. Everything has been burned and now the whole place is filled with the stench of death.” - Pastor Saphano This testimony from a local [...]

More Cash for Killers

More Cash for Killers

It was announced today that the Gulf state of Qatar has deposited $1 billion into the Central Bank of Sudan. These funds are designed to take pressure off a free-falling Sudanese pound, currently trading at 8.65 to 1 on the black market, even though the official bank rate is 5.7 to 1. Sudan dictator Omar al [...]

Invite a Speaker!

Invite a Speaker!

It is difficult to describe persecution in Africa unless you’ve been there, witnessed the devastation and wept and prayed with the people. That’s why our team members are in such demand as speakers in communities, churches and small groups. They share news you won’t hear on CNN, brought to life by the richness of first-hand [...]