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Running for a life – end

Posted: 9 July 2017 in Poverty, South Sudan
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We’re underway

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Cheers Dave, joining the run to help out HHA

Virgin London 10k run. Done for Hope Health Action. Real sweat and exhaustion, so Suzette can enjoy less seat and exhaustion. Thanks to all donors. Your money is getting spent well.
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Running for a Life 5

Posted: 4 July 2017 in Poverty, South Sudan
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Suzette proudly shows HHA her new crop

Tell Suzette.  Tell Suzette she is not forgotten, nor her friends. Nor her displaced and homeless people.  Tell Suzette that though people she knows of have been cruel and utterly wicked, there are those she will never see, mean her good.  Tell Suzette that she is the poster girl for the displaced of South Sudan, in this instance.  Tell Suzette that her face will be carried in front of thousands in London this Sunday.

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Running for a Life 4

Posted: 18 June 2017 in South Sudan
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Grain is arriving

After much work and prayer, we finally got permission to start the work in the refugee camps on the Ugandan side of the frontier.  The Baptist Convention of South Sudan also have permission to host our team in the camps, so they were allowed to go to a refugee church on Sunday as guests, rather than in a work capacity. They arrived to a make shift building with tarpaulin and bamboo sticks. We entered the building and were overcome by what we saw – beautiful people singing and praising. Most wearing a mismatch of clothes and shoes, all desperately poor. All were refugees forced to flee their home towns because of the fighting in recent months.

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Running for a life 3

Posted: 10 June 2017 in South Sudan
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Much to our surprise, he’s still alive.

“The disabled boy who I didn’t think I’d see again following my last trip is doing much better (even talking now!) following some small HHA assistance, and the refugee school idea that was just a dream in march that we gave some seed funding to now has 8 voluntary teachers and 98 students who sat their exams!” So says Carwyn Hill who is there, setting up the work.  This work is with refugees in a camp just on the Ugandan side of the border.

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Running for a life 2

Posted: 2 June 2017 in South Sudan
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Leeds run 3bProject leader arrived this week in the refugee camps. Key meetings with UNHCR already done, some gear arrived so far.

Two donations this week so far. These two donations will supply tool + set sets to get two families restarted in their new location. And food rations for thirty people.

Thanks you two – you can enjoy a beer tonight knowing a few folk will be enjoying some basic grub.

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That foot?  I’m running the London 10k on Sunday

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Tied to a tree- to save his life

9th July.  And my feet will kill me.  That refugee’s foot – it will kill him.  The malnourished disabled boy is tied to a tree by his mother so he does not run off and die a lonely death.  So he can be kept near to when the food arrives. I’m running.  So that Hope Health Action can ensure food get’s to the refugee camp in South Sudan.  His mum ties the poor lad to a tree, so he’s not running.  So he can eat what we will send him.

Help me to run for my life – so he can just keep his.

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