The following websites and links are unmonitored by AFRECS and do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Friends of the Episcopal Church of Sudan, its Board of Directors, members, or staff.
- Information on Current Crisis and Humanitarian Response
- News About South Sudan and Sudan - Recent news articles and opinions about Sudan
- Sudan Ministries and Partners
- Government Links - Links to U.S. government sites and international entities
- Nonprofit Links - Links to nonprofit and other Sudan focused sites
Nutrition: The Crisis in South Sudan, by UNICEF, July 7, 2014
Janjaweed Reincarnate: Sudan’s New Army of War Criminals, by Akshaya Kumar and Omer Ismail, June 26, 2014
Voice of the Voiceless, by John Ashcroft
South Sudan-China Relations: A Reversed Courtship, by Luka B. Deng Kuol, June 26, 2014
S. Sudanese bishop says “bad governance” sparked conflict, Sudan Tribune, June 6, 2014
South Sudan Refugee Situation, UNHCR Regional Update 18, June 2-6, 2014
South Sudan Update #24, UNHCR, May 3, 2014
South Sudan Refugee Situation Regional Update 13, UNHCR, May 2, 2014
Central Africa Republic Situation Update 13, UNHCR, May 1, 2014
A Report on Bishop Joseph Garang Atem Zorial's visit to Northern Virginia, by Russ Randle, May 1 2014
Is the Church Helping?, by Ross Kane, April 30, 2014
Communique of the Emergency House of Bishops Meeting, The Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan, January 31, 2014
The International Committee of the Red Cross outlines its response and activities in South Sudan.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs shares updates and plans for international response to the crisis.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has issued reports from Juba and Kampala.
The United States Agency for International Development-USAID Office on Foreign Disaster Assistance has information on US government relief for the crisis.
Africa Focus Bulletin features high-quality news and analysis on African issues
Africa.com is a multi-media content service provider, systems technology
developer and the largest electronic distributor of African news and information
BBC World News coverage of African issues
Information, resources and analysis posted by Sudan analyst John Ashworth.
Reuters Foundation AlertNet offers email alerts regarding humanitarian crises around the world. Sign up for alerts on Sudan by scrolling down the left side bar on the home page and clicking “alerting services”.
SPLM Today is news and information from the view point of the SPLM in Sudan
Sudan.net distributes information about Sudan including the latest news, education trends, its society and culture, and travel and tourism
Sudan Tribune is a news site about Sudan including wires, featured articles, analysis, comment, press releases, and reports
Sudan Votes is a site devoted to increasing media coverage of the Sudanese elections.
Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia, has a link with the Diocese of Renk in Southern Sudan.
St. Francis Episcopal Church in Great Falls, Virginia, has a link with the Diocese of Ezo.
St. Paul's Church in Alexandria, Virginia.
St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Barrington, Illinois, has a link with the Diocese of Renk in Southern Sudan.
Worldwide Partners of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan (ECS) constitute an informal association of individuals and organizations committed to supporting the work of the Church.
The Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN) is an initiative of the United Nations to share accurate and up to date information for countries in crisis
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is mandated to lead and coordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was established on December 14, 1950 by the United Nations General Assembly. The agency is mandated to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide.
United Nations Information Gateway outlines UN programs in Sudan, the history of Sudan, and current news
United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is an independent federal government agency that receives overall foreign policy guidance from the Secretary of State. Its work supports long-term and equitable economic growth and advances U.S. foreign policy objectives by supporting: economic growth, agriculture and trade; global health; and, democracy, conflict prevention and humanitarian assistance.
USAID history of involvement in Sudan
USAID's profile of Sudan and support for the Comprehensive Peace Plan
Africa Action is working to change U.S. foreign policy and the policies of international institutions in order to support African struggles for peace and development.
African Soul, American Heart will tell how one Fargo, North Dakota resident, a Sudanese Lost Boy who survived against all odds to thrive in his adopted country, now finds himself torn between responsibilities. He has been caring for younger siblings since 1998; he has a wife and they have three children born in America. Yet he dreams of helping the orphaned children who live in his village in South Sudan.
Amnesty Internationalworks to defend human rights.
The Sudanese artist, Awer Bul, has an extensive website and works to help children in Sudan.
The Ayual Community Development Association works to improve existing conditions and future prospects of the current generation of the Ayual Community.
The Center for Preventive Action of the Council on Foreign Relations was established in 1994 to help prevent, defuse, or resolve deadly conflicts around the world and to expand the body of knowledge on conflict prevention.
CMS Ireland is a Christian mission agency, which works in partnership with the Church to share the Gospel throughout the world – in word and deed.
The Enough Project's mission is to help people from every walk of life understand the practical actions they can take to make a difference and end genocide and crimes against humanity. Enough was conceived in 2006 by a small group of concerned policymakers and activists who wanted to transform their frustration about inaction into pragmatic solutions and hope. Enough conducts intensive field research in countries plagued by genocide and crimes against humanity, develops practical policies to address these crises, and shares sensible tools to help empower citizens and groups working for change. Our initial work has focused on grave challenges in a number of African countries: Sudan, eastern Congo, northern Uganda, Somalia, Chad and Zimbabwe.
Bringing Good News, Diocese of Aweil, by Ian Thomson, March 2013
Episcopal Relief and Development provides emergency assistance in times of disaster; rebuilds devastated communities and offers long-term program development solutions to fight poverty.
Faith and Leadership, an offering of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School.
Freedom Quest International exists to bring to awareness the suffering of those who cannot do it themselves.
Growing in Mission blog by Robin Denney
The Gurtong Peace Project was established with the purpose of establishing a South Sudanese Diaspora coalition for the promotion of peace and stability among the south Sudanese abroad as well as in Sudan.Help Sudan International works to establish learning facilities, recruit teachers and provide school supplies as well as provide health resources and clean water.
Hope for Humanity is committed to the development of the future leaders of southern Sudan through providing educational opportunities. Through its efforts to educate the youth, it empowers the people to become self sufficient, productive members of society who can in turn pass along what has been given to them.
Hope of Sudan supports Lost Boys in the US by assisting at all levels of education from vocational to academic, and by initiating counseling to deal with barriers developed through their life experience.
Hope with South Sudan brings education and medical relief to Sudanese children, youths and young adults living in exile in Kenya and Uganda, and develop projects in the Sudan.
The International Crisis Group is an independent, nonprofit, nongovernmental organization, with over 110 staff members on five continents, working through field-based analysis and high-level advocacy to prevent and resolve deadly conflict.
International Executive Service Corps (IESC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit economic development organization that uses volunteer experts, paid consultants, and professional staff to achieve our mission - to promote prosperity and stability through private enterprise development.
The John Dau Sudan Foundation is a nonprofit led by Lost Boy of Sudan John Dau. The Foundation provides financial and technical support to build and sustain healthcare clinics in Southern Sudan.
Jump-Start Sudan is a nonprofit relief organization guided by Christian principles that provides humanitarian aid through relief missions to the region around Akon, Sudan, home to about 93,000 people.
Lost Boy No More tells the incredible true story of Abraham Nhial. As a nine year-old child, Abraham found himself orphaned as civil war in his homeland of Sudan ravaged his entire village because they refused to embrace Islam. His journey is one of a perilous walk along with 35,000 lost boys of Sudan who fled to Ethiopia.
The Luol Deng Foundation strives to provide hope to all the refugees returning to Southern Sudan through education and sports/recreation.
The Millsaps Service Learning Project presents the stories of Sudanese refugees as they were shared and recorded for a service-learning project in Dr. Greg Miller's course, Sudan: A World in Conflict at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi.
National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) is a nonprofit organization working to strengthen and expand democracy worldwide. They run programs in Sudan.
The Niles, formerly Sudan Votes, brings together journalists from Sudan and South Sudan in an attempt to bridge rifts, break down barriers and recognize the shared cultural treasures of both Sudans.
Project Education Sudan (PES) is working to build a primary and secondary education infrastructure including schools, teachers, and school supplies in communities throughout Southern Sudan.
ReBuild Sudan works to promote peace education, sustainable design, community growth in Jonglei state of South Sudan.
Refugees International generates lifesaving humanitarian assistance and protection for displaced people around the world and works to end the conditions that create displacement.
The Renk Visiting Teachers Program at Renk Theological College aims to: Provide in-service education for faculty; Strengthen the residential training program for seminarians; and Provide continuing education for clergy and lay leaders in Sudan.
The Rift Valley Institute (RVI) is a UK and Kenya-based nonprofit research and training organization. The Institute has been working in Eastern Africa, particularly in Sudan, since 2001. RVI programs include field-based social research projects, support for local educational institutions, in-country training courses for aid workers and diplomats, and an online digital library.
Search for Common Ground works to transform the way the world deals with conflict - away from adversarial approaches and towards collaborative problem solving.
Southern Sudan Health Care Organization is an organization created to provide relief and support to the people of Southern Sudan.
South Sudanese Friends International works to share the love of Jesus Christ with the people of southern Sudan in a way that leads them towards peaceful and self-reliant living from the grassroots level, so that available resources will meet the needs of their communities.
Sudan Infonet is an education and information service on Sudan provided by the Sudan Working Group.
SudanReeves.org has news, opinion, and links related to Sudan, hosted by Eric Reeves of Smith College.
Sudan Sunrise is a nonprofit, nondenominational organization that facilitates the efforts of Southern Sudanese Christians to aid and stand in solidarity with Darfurian Muslims, and facilitates reconciliation among all Sudanese. In addition, Sudan Sunrise facilitates the efforts of Southern Sudanese in South Sudan in education, health, community development and church planting.
The Sudd Institute is an independent research organization that conducts and facilitates research and training to inform public policy and practice, to create opportunities for discussion and debate, and to improve analytical capacity in South Sudan. The Sudd Institute’s intention is to significantly improve the quality, impact, and accountability of local, national, and international policy and decision-making in South Sudan in order to promote a more peaceful, just and prosperous society.
Touch the World, Touch Sudan, is a video produced by the National Council of Churches of Christ to give individuals and small groups insight into the current situation in Sudan.
The United States Institute for Peace is an independent, nonpartisan conflict management center created by Congress to prevent and mitigate international conflict without resorting to violence. You can find information about programs in the Two Sudans here.
The Valentino Achak Deng (VAD) Foundation aims to empower war-affected Sudanese populations by: Helping members of the southern Sudanese diaspora in the United States to enhance their educational, social, and economic opportunities; Rebuilding southern Sudanese communities through the implementation of community-driven development projects that increase access to educational opportunities for children, women, and men; and Improving U.S. policy toward Sudan by educating the public and policy makers on the situation in Sudan.
Voices for Sudan is a U.S based coalition of Sudanese-led organizations dedicated to resolving the humanitarian crisis in Sudan. VFS envisions a modern Sudan at peace with itself and its neighbors, where human rights are protected by the government and where economic development can flourish.
Water for South Sudan is a nonprofit based in Rochester New York working to provide access to clean drinking water to communities in Sudan.
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Africa Program promotes dialogue among policymakers and academic specialists on both African issues and U.S. policy toward Africa.