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July 9th is South Sudan's birthday! It's hard to believe that only two years ago, the people of South Sudan democratically voted to become the world's youngest nation.  It hasn't been easy, but good things seldom are. For a great perspective on the past two years of independence, as well as a look towards the future of the young country, read this interview with Amnesty International's expert Khairunissa Dhala. 
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July 9th is South Sudan's birthday! It's hard to believe that only two years ago, the people of South Sudan democratically voted to become the world's youngest nation.  It hasn't been easy, but good things seldom are. For a great perspective on the past two years of independence, as well as a look towards the future of the young country, read this interview with Amnesty International's expert Khairunissa Dhala. 
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Thought you all would enjoy this article. October 5, 2012 Pyramids by the Nile. Egypt? No, Sudan. By ANDREW McCARTHY “HOW much for your fastest camel?” I asked the tall man with the large turban and the drooping mustache. Abdrahman smiled at me. “Come,” he said, and hurried off behind a mud-and-stick shed. There, regally posed, with a golden coat, stood Abrusa. Abdrahman lowered the camel to his knees and pointed to me. “You ride,”»
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Water is Basic creates jobs in South Sudan too Those with a mind towards business ask the same question after visiting a newly opened borehole, “There must be a business here in delivering water to people?” The question comes after realizing that a borehole, while giving clean water, doesn’t necessarily change the distance one has to travel to get that water. While walking a mile or two in the heat carrying a 42lb jerry can is hard work n»
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South Sudan Independence day Celebrations in Lietnhom, featuring Linda Primary SchoolHow do you celebrate a dream you have prayed for, negotiated for, fought for and shed blood for, for over 40 years? How do you celebrate a dream realized which took over 40 years to become a reality. Over 40 years of fighting for equality, freedom, a new nation and a land to truly call home, is the story of South Sudan. It is this back drop which warms my heart a»
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A city called Wau, South SudanGreetings from Juba, South Sudan. We interrupt our normal weekly devotional posts to share my reflections on my Mission trip in South Sudan. May you be comforted.Being in South Sudan for a few weeks, I read my bible and I am amazed how scriptures which did not make very much sense, are screaming with meaning now to me. The South Sudan people remarkably remind me of the people of Israel, strong, defiant, resilie»
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CLIS (Christian Leadership Institute of South Sudan) a ministry of ALARM, in Yei, South SudanOh the city of Yei South Sudan, where the dragon flies locally known as “glow” cascade the dark evening grass. The Teak trees weave through every compound, the mango trees freely grow,  the cool of the morning, evening and the perfect weather of the afternoon, makes Yei a city to come to.The natural beauty of this town cannot be compared with the peo»
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The Love birds in Lietnhom, South SudanIt was two years ago that the love for the people of South Sudan was dropped in my heart like an unexpected friend. I did not watch any documentaries, I did not hear any horror storiesthis love was just there one day.Culture in South Sudan I have always admired people who live their lives knowing they were born to serve a particular people group. Some know right at a very young age and at the right time, the»
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Bishop Elias Taban on the New South Sudan | Odyssey Networks
Elias Taban, the national bishop of the »
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How Water is Changing South Sudan | Water is Basic
Water is Basic (WiB) was born out of cri»