Advocacy, Catholics Confront Global Poverty, Sudan

Chat Transcript: South Sudan Independence

This is the transcript of a live chat CRS hosted on July 11 about the future of South Sudan just days after they celebrated the first anniversary of their nation’s independence.

Participants included Alfred Okech and Chris Wake live from South Sudan. We were also be joined in our Baltimore headquarters by Dan Griffin, CRS Sudan Advisor, Kathleen Kahlau, CRS Legislative Advisor, and Dr. Stephen Colecchi, Director of the Office of International Justice and Peace, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Share on Twitter

Tags: , ,

2 Responses to “Chat Transcript: South Sudan Independence”

  1. Budget Cuts by Congress Would Impact Hungry South Sudan | Author William Lambers Says:

    […] Services (CRS) said last week that proposed cuts to Food for Peace are a severe threat. In a CRS webcast on South Sudan Kahlua said that “we are very concerned about the cuts to international food […]

  2. Betty Halfmann Says:

    Help and assistance is greatly needed in South Sudan where most charities and aid has left. Bishop Eduardo Kussala in diocese of Tombura-Yambio in South Sudan is in dire need of assistance in the area of Juba where fighting and bloodshed is taking lives of thousands. Emergency humanitarian aid is in great need. Over 7,000 innocent people have taken refuge and are cramped in St. Paul’s Major Seminary during this persecution and bloody war. Starvation and sickness are at hand.

    Also we have Dr Tom Catena (only doctor for thousands) at Our Lady of Mercy Hospital in the Nuba Mountains giving his life and fighting for survival of his people. Day by day many flee into caves for protection from a war torn violence. Again food and medicine are desperately needed. Fear is our brothers and sisters will die without our help.
    Prayer is needed.

Leave a Comment

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.