HELP REFUGEES RETURN TO DRY GROUND
More than 200,000 people are estimated to have been affected by the most devastating flooding experienced in over four decades
Heavy rain and severe flooding in Maban South Sudan have caused severe damage to the camps for refugees and internally displaced persons, where JRS serves.
The floods have destroyed housing, roads, and schools and have left many people in search of dry ground.
JRS is responding to this emergency and we need your help.
Please make a gift to help us rebuild and continue our work to accompany, serve, and advocate for the people in Maban.