Violence, political instability, and economic stagnation have left two-thirds of South Sudan’s population in dire need of humanitarian assistance. According to experts, more than 80% of the country’s population lives in poverty, surviving on less than $1.90 per day. To add, climate-induced disasters such as severe droughts and floods continually ravage the country, leaving devastation in their wake.
Islamic Relief has been in South Sudan since 2003. Since then, our focus has been on long-term development assistance to help pull vulnerable communities out of the cycle of poverty.
A few of our interventions include:
Thanks to you, we’ve been able to accomplish so much. But there’s still so much more to do. By continuing to support our efforts in South Sudan, you can help make a difference in the lives of those in desperate need.