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The Impact of Your Love

Recently, Persecution Project received a special correspondence from Tutu Mustafa Turkash, the Secretary of Health in the embattled Nuba mountains of Sudan. In his letter, Mr. Turkash thanked us for our role in assisting the Nuba people by supplying life-saving pharmaceuticals to more than 200 facilities, three rural hospitals and three mobile clinics serving a…
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Summer Outreach Update

Persecution Project’s long-standing work with the persecuted church in the war-torn Nuba mountains of Sudan is a source of great encouragement to believers there.  The military junta led by Islamist General al-Burhan still conducts brutal crackdowns on any dissenting voices. As the international community is distracted by Ukraine and other international crises, there is less…
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SUCCESS!

In 2021, we began a campaign to procure a tractor to provide more food security for the staff at the Gigaiba Referral Hospital. By the end of the year, the necessary funds had been raised and plans put in place for purchase and transport. Pictured here is the tractor your “active compassion” procured, as well…
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Names, not Needs

The large scale of great needs tends to obscure the human face. We can focus on a tragedy—a famine, for example— and lose sight of the fact that “thousands of people” don’t face days of hunger; but Mary does, as well as her aging parents, Yasin and Elisabeth, and her newborn son, Boniface. The persecuted…
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Your Part in a Miracle…

Several weeks ago, Persecution Project received a couple of photos from the Gigaiba Referral Hospital. The photos were of three newborn baby girls. They were triplets, and had just been successfully delivered at the new maternity ward. “Thank you for being a part of this miracle,” was how Dr. Ahmed’s e-mail read. In remote, war-torn…
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Burdens of Joy

The two young men pictured are (L to R) Clement and Thomas. They live near Lohutuk, South Sudan, the home of the PPF-supported Jebel Lopit Training Center. They are both full of zeal for the Gospel, despite being threatened with beatings for sharing their faith with their animist family and friends. The men are studying…
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The Lost Found

Editor’s Note: The testimony of Alsadig Mustafa Hamada is just one of many similar stories that could be told in Sudan’s war-torn Nuba mountains. Alsadig was a lost sheep wandering in a desert. But he found his Shepherd thanks to one of the several thousand audio Bibles Persecution Project has distributed – due to your…
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Medical Program Update

Tons more medicine loaded and en route to the persecuted! Persecution Project is responsible for as much as 90 percent of the medicine reaching the small clinics and regional hospitals in Sudan’s war-torn Nuba mountains, home to approximately 2.2 million souls. We can reach these people because your “active compassion” has first reached us! Thank…
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Gospel Riders

Editor’s Note: Southern Kordofan State in Sudan (home to the Nuba mountains) is about the size of the State of Georgia. It has few roads and none of them paved. Motorized vehicles are comparatively few and far between. Fuel can be even more scarce. To quickly cover vast areas, Persecution Project’s Discipleship program has equipped…
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