Tribal conflict in South Sudan has resulted in large refugee populations, some of which live in North Uganda's Adjumani, Yumbe and Moyo Districts. Supported by the UN until recently, refugee desire to repatriate increased, but conflict has not yet ceased.
Refugees continue to live within camps but now, with no means of support. The same challenge exists for camp churches who seek to bring spiritual comfort and direction for their refugee congregations. Many of their original thatch churches have deteriorated and need assistance to ensure worship might continue safely out of the elements.
Churches have committed to making mud brick walls but simply have no money to add the necessary corrugated steel roof sheeting needed, turning to HAGCM and others who are concerned.
An average church roof needs $1,000 USD to provide this critical spiritual refugee support.
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