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South Sudan appeal

By giving a gift to BMS World Mission, you can help some of the millions of South Sudanese people in desperate need of food.

Millions of people are in desperate need of food in South SudanMillions of South Sudanese people are in danger of starving. The devastating effects of the armed conflict in the country, that has been ongoing for over three years, have been exacerbated by poor harvests and rising food prices. Now, almost two million people in South Sudan face emergency hunger levels, and a further six million are at risk of starvation.
 
 
BMS is already meeting the needs of as many hungry South Sudanese people as we can. We’ve been working in the country since 2015, and have recently given £26,400 to two partners on the ground to provide food, seeds and agricultural tools to more than 1,200 Internally Displaced Persons in two locations. We’re also working with South Sudanese refugees in northern Uganda.
 
We want to do more.  
Your gifts can make a real difference. 

 
£16
could buy emergency food rations of maize, beans, oil and salt for one person in Kajo-Keji for three months*  
 
£32
could buy emergency food rations for two people in Kajo-Keji for three months*  
 
£73
could buy emergency food rations for one family in Juba for one month*
 
According to a senior UN official, the world currently faces its largest humanitarian crisis since the end of the Second World War. Twenty million people are facing starvation in South Sudan, north east Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen.
 
South Sudan has been plagued by war for years, resulting in tens of thousands of people dying and millions more being forced to flee their homes. Extreme hunger is making fragile lives even more precarious. 
 
Please help us to respond in love, providing food and help for people in dire need: give to our South Sudan appeal today.
 
Thank you.
 
 
 
 
*prices based on previous BMS relief grants to South Sudan in 2017. Future work may be in different locations, in which costs may vary.
  
 
13/07/2017
 
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