The Time is Now

This cry from outgoing South Sudan UN rep must not be missed. Read it now! 

  Children gather grain spilled from bags busted open following a food-drop on February 24, 2015 at a village in Nyal, near the northern border with Sudan (AFP Photo/Tony Karumba)

 

Children gather grain spilled from bags busted open following a food-drop on February 24, 2015 at a village in Nyal, near the northern border with Sudan (AFP Photo/Tony Karumba)

While our entire South Sudanese crew is based in the far south Yei, the impact of this very real crises is heavy on us all. Displaced people are everywhere, straining water points, food supplies and everyone's patience. Inflation is spiraling.

 

Many have pulled out but we are South Sudanese (I'm white but am told I bleed Sudanese) and home is where the heart is. So we have drilled 8 new wells and restored 30 more (drilled years ago by well meaning organizations) in just the last month or so. 

 

Our first landcruiser "restoration machine" will ship next week. 

Currently being outfitted in Dubai  

Currently being outfitted in Dubai  

I have said for years that we can only use so much money, that our crews can only handle so much. NOW however we have a well seasoned team and a good model. 

 

Now we will take all the funds we can get. Now is the time to give. Now is the time to tell others, to raise the alarm. 

Did you know you can give almost ANYTHING on our web site? Cars, boats, gift cards, stock, jewlery, spouses (not really but almost anything). 

 

Please take a moment to give now from our incredible excess so that others may simply drink and live.  

 

Thank you

Steve Roese

Wednesday June 17, 2015