Samaritan’s Purse is rushing food aid into southern Sudan. Hundreds of thousands of men, women, children, and newborns who have fled violent conflict in the north are now confronted with a faceless enemy: starvation.

The remote region of Kordofan, Sudan, has swelled in population since conflict broke out in the country a year ago. This deeply impoverished area saw an influx of 700,000 desperate people looking for refuge, amplifying the population’s already dire food situation.

To worsen the crisis, the most recent harvest of sorghum—the region’s staple—was devastated by drought and swarms of locusts, which eliminated 40 percent of their usual food supply. With nowhere to turn, people rummage the muddy ground and barren trees for seeds, weeds, branches, and leaves to consume.

Samaritan’s Purse is sending truckloads of food and shelter supplies to the people of the Kordofan region in Jesus’ Name.

Will You Feed a Family Today?

Please prayerfully consider supporting Samaritan’s Purse as we seek to help these desperate people in Sudan—time is of the essence. We need to keep sending in trucks with more food.

Updates from the Field

Watch videos and read articles about how Jesus’ love is being shown to those in this region.

More Emergency Supplies Airlifted to Sudan

More than 1,200 rolls of tarp to be used as emergency shelter material has been flown to Sudan to help over 42,000 displaced people.

Emergency Relief Arrives in Sudan

Samaritan’s Purse is delivering life-saving food to many thousands in this war-torn African nation.

Hundreds of Thousands Face Severe Hunger in Remote Sudan

Food needs to be trucked in to help save lives in the Kordofan region.