Help 10 children from South Sudan return to school!
They have experienced war and starvation.
Their childhood means fear, escape, refugee camp.
Learning is a chance for them for a better future and normal life.
Thanks to you 10 children from South Sudan will return to school!
Help with us!
Pay money into the account no. 62 1240 2294 1111 0000 3718 5444 with annotation: DZIECI Z SUDANU POŁUDNIOWEGO (CHILDREN FROM SOUTH SUDAN)
The children form South Sudan live in the shadow of war and famine disaster. They have no homes – they had to leave them to escape the war. They are living in a refugee camp in Uganda. Their parents do not work because there is no work in the camp. So, they have no money to send the children to school, and education is the only chance for them to make their future better. One school year costs only USD 300 per pupil.
Help with us! Pay money into the account no. 62 1240 2294 1111 0000 3718 5444 with annotation: DZIECI Z SUDANU POŁUDNIOWEGO (CHILDREN FROM SOUTH SUDAN)
"I would like to ask you to help the children in my family, to help us pay for their learning at school. The children attend a camp school in Uganda but I am not able to pay the whole amount. I trust in your goodness and solidarity’, wrote one of the camp inhabitants in a message to Małgorzata Olasińska-Chart, who coordinate aid for South Sudan. The PMM has been active in this country since July 2017."
The pupils from South Sudan whom we want to help are:
1. Nhial Kuach Liem, boy, aged 18.
2. Thokchak Stephen Wany, boy, aged 17.
3. Mayiel Kuol Panyuan, boy, aged 13.
4. Goad John Wichjuai, boy, aged 11.
5. Nyagoal William Kuol Gai, girl, aged 10.
6. Jimem William Kuol Gai, boy, aged 8.
7. Gatkuoth Both Rial, boy, aged 13.
8. Gatchin Gatluak Yoach, boy, aged 12.
9. Dal Johnson Thow, boy, aged 7.
10. Nyaluida Thow Nhial, girl, aged 12½.
Our target is to raise USD 3,000 so that all these children might be able to return to school.
The Polish Medical Mission continues to combat famine in South Sudan, and in May 2018 it launched a strategic supplementary feeding project. A group of 47,000 extremely undernourished pregnant women and children will be provided with 330 TONNES of food! This is the first project with such a great extent of food aid ever launched by a Polish humanitarian organisation in this war-stricken country. The funds for the aid provision have been provided by the Department of Humanitarian Aid of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister.
More information on: http://www.pmm.org.pl/pl/gdzie-pomagamy/sudan-poudniowy/
Specjalista ds. PR Polskiej Misji Medycznej
tel. 606 40 74 74,