South Sudan Pollution

Water pollution-caused fatalities in South Sudan

Countries with highest rates of pollution-caused fatalities: South Sudan near the top. One fifth of all fatalities caused by water and air pollution https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2017/10/20/pollution-kills-9-million-people-every-year-its-deadlier-than-wars-disasters-and-hunger-study.html

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South Sudan Hunger

Stories from South Sudan

Saved! A critically undernourished boy is rescued by a clinic by Chol Thomas Dongrin of Sign of Hope 06.09.2017 It’s summer in Rumbek, a town in South Sudan. Everybody’s waiting for the harvest to start. They hope it will bring the food that will put an end to the illnesses and malnutrition so prevalent in the region. Monyping Mabor is four years old. He weighed less than 10 kilos upon his arrival at the clinic in Rumbek. Monyping can’t stop crying. I can hardly believe what Monyping Mabor’s mother tells me about him. “He’s already four years old.” The boy

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Stories from South Sudan

Stories from South Sudan

Children marked by hunger, terror and want 04.10.2017 By Chol Thomas Dongrin Sign of Hope  South Sudan Many of South Sudan’s children are experiencing hunger and disease. Help for some of them is forthcoming from a clinic in Rumbek (a town in central South Sudan), which treats their malnutrition and illnesses. That this clinic still exists is highly gratifying. The civil war raging in South Sudan has destroyed most of the country’s medical facilities. That is why the lines of sick and hungry children – and their parents – waiting at the clinic for treatment are always long.   Adong

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Sign of Hope South Sudan

Sign of Hope

About Sign of Hope: read the Sign of Hope backgrounder Discovering a shocking, criminal pollution of a region’s water. Risking life and limb to scientifically document it. Taking on some of the world’s most powerful and devious companies and their lobbies to try to put an end to it. While also providing holistically effective development work.

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