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Help our partners respond to COVID-19
and save lives in South Sudan

COVID-19 couldn’t have come at a worse time for South Sudan.

With a fragile government finally coming together after a seven-year civil war that killed nearly 400,000 people and decimated the country’s infrastructure, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated food insecurity, disrupted the economy and further entrenched poverty across the country.

Hundreds of people were killed and women and children captured during recent outbreaks of intercommunal conflict, which is being fueled by a local leadership vacuum and ongoing resource disputes (read more). COVID-19 is expected to further antagonize intercommunal relations.

Our partner the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan (PCOSS) is providing vulnerable communities with awareness about COVID-19, food and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) items and delivering psychosocial support. They are also continuing their critical peacebuilding activities. Your donation will allow us to support them throughout this crisis and beyond.  Please give generously.

Thank you.

Note: As the existing project is supporting church leadership and peacebuilding, donations to support the COVID-19 response are not tax-deductible.

Other ways to donate


Direct Debit:

Bank: Westpac – King St, Sydney NSW

Account Name: Uniting Church Overseas Aid Account

Account Number: 182657

BSB: 032-014

Description: South Sudan



For mail, please forward your cheque, money order or credit card details to:


PO Box A2266

Sydney South NSW 1235



A member of our team can take your donation by credit card over the phone, for this option please call: 1800 998 122



Donations to this appeal are not tax-deductible.

Funds raised for the providing vulnerable communities with food and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) items and delivering psychosocial support. In the unlikely event that funds raised exceed the amount needed for this appeal, funds will be used for similar UnitingWorld projects.

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