As the summer months wind down, PPF has concluded the most successful (and varied) season in our history. Multiple communities were served in South Sudan and in the Nuba Mountains.
In the month of June alone, we conducted seven emergency relief flights, transporting tons of medicine, Bibles, NFIs (non-food items like blankets and mosquito nets). Additionally, 25 broken wells have been repaired in the Nuba Mountains, bringing us to a total of 200! Considering each well is designed to serve 1,500 people, that’s 300,000 people with access to safe water since we began repairing in 2013.
In Eastern Equatoria State, South Sudan, we broke ground on new accommodations at the Jebel Lopit Training Center. These new quarters will allow for better long-term staff and volunteer working and living conditions, which will facilitate more education and outreach. Plans are being finalized for more classrooms and an auditorium.
These accomplishments would not have been possible without the generous and faithful support of our ministry partners. To God be the glory, for great things He has done – working through your compassion and generosity!