For South Sudan
Journalists, activists, community members: This is your platform!
Report oil pollution and its effects here.
Send us information.
Send us photos – with GPS data if possible – of pipeline ruptures, oil spills, oil leaks, oil ponds, facility fires and other environmental disasters.
And of oil company attempts to cover them up.
(+49-170) 473 35 72
Tell us what’s going on in your community.
Who’s gotten sick and how and why. Who’s been forced to leave their homes, and what’s happened to them. Who’s been killed or intimidated by government or oil company security forces. Who’s suffering hunger, thirst and poverty.
We will keep you safe.
100% confidential and anonymous.
Tell the world and tell each other what is really doing on in South Sudan!
Tell us what you need to get your rights to clean water, healthy lives and a healthy environment, safe homes.
Do you need:
-compensation for loss of farmland and livestock
-education and training
-people to stand with you?
We will do our best to help you get all this.
Help Sign of Hope help Corona patients!
Already suffering from malnutrition, malaria and other problems and diseases, people in East Africa, the Caucasus, South Asia and elsewhere are now facing a particularly virulent foe: Covid-19.
TELL YOUR STORIES TO THE WORLD, SOUTH SUDAN!
In your own words, through your photos and videos and songs and art – tell the world what you in South Sudan are experiencing – by submitting content here.
In the midst of want and war, rape and ravaging, massacres and mutilations: poetic images, stirring music and mobilizing messages.
"Black Tide Berlin"
Thank you for being part of the fight for the human right to clean water – and against the “black tide” of oil pollution.
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Everyone has the right to live a healthy and safe life. Sign of Hope strives to ensure that this right is satisfied. To that end, we focus on providing food and water, medical treatment and knowledge transfer to the people urgently in need for these basic necessities.