Solidarity with South Sudan (SSS) is seeking to partner with “well-wishers worldwide” in view of reaching out to local farmers in the East-Central African nation to address the challenge of food security.
A Catholic Missionary Priest serving in South Sudan has lauded the “ecumenical approach” of the planned pastoral trip of Pope Francis, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and the Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Jim Wallace to the East-Central African nation.
An official of Solidarity with South Sudan (SSS) a Catholic entity in South Sudan, is appealing for more support to continue offering scholarships for medical students at the Catholic Health Training Institute (CHTI).
A Catholic Nun serving at the International Union of Superiors General (UISG) has, at an online book launch, underscored the need for partnerships among members of Religious Orders and Societies of Apostolic Life in addressing the “enormous needs” of the people of God in South Sudan.
Readers of the 280-page newly launched book are expected to gain deeper insight into the identity, life, and real situations of the people of God in South Sudan, a Catholic Nun has told participants during the virtual event that took place Thursday, April 21.
As South Sudan continues to face considerable challenges in the fight against COVID-19 amid lack of sufficient resources in health facilities, the Catholic Bishops in collaboration with Solidarity with South Sudan (SSS) have donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to four Catholic health facilities in the Archdiocese of Juba.
Solidarity with South Sudan (SSS), a Catholic collaborative entity of religious congregations involved in capacity building in the world’s youngest nation through education, health, agriculture and pastoral programs, has expressed readiness to adopt the new education curriculum, commending the government for introducing a student-centered approach to learning, a method that allows learners a level of independence designed to foster their creativity.