But true wealth — people-to-people connection — can only flourish in a healthy economy.
South Sudan has experienced 7,000% inflation in the last three years, devastating the lives of its people. Thanks to generous donations from around the world, we've been able to help out.
South Sudan is like one big village; 11 million people and everyone knows each other.
When one community member shares with another those ties are reinforced, weaving people back together after the longest civil war on the continent.
A meal shared by eatBCH never costs anyone their dignity.
Since we are all from the same community, nobody has to pay the price in pride for a little help.
Emma is the founder & CEO of Junub Open Space, an open literacy resource and community innovation space. He has been mentoring young African entrepreneurs since 2018.
Rose founded Lawanci to empower, encourage and promote the safety of women and children. She is the women’s state rep to the Gender Commission, and is a Peace Mobiliser for the Committee for National Healing, Peace & Reconciliation;
Garang is a peace lover, tech guru and photography enthusiast. He is a student of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies at the University of Juba. He is also a freelance transcriber for BBC Media Action.
Thiong is a peace activist and founder of the Youths Cultural Interface Movement. He's an advocate for child rights and gender justice, and is a Political Science student at the University of Juba.
Bior is a peacebuilder, community empowerment activist and social media activist. He is CEO of South Sudan Community Change Drama Group in Bor. Bior is also a self-made solar engineer and DIY advocate.
Right now we are spending $25 per week in each of five locations around the country. Our goal is to increase that to $200 per week in 11 locations. Anything you can give to help us achieve that goal is greatly appreciated.
Funds sent to this address will go directly to our South Sudan efforts. For other options, click here.