We exist to glorify God through the transformation of every village in South Sudan by the spread of the gospel and community development.
South Sudan is a place filled with beautiful people facing immense challenges.
On July 9, 2011, South Sudan became the world’s newest nation—declaring independence from neighboring Sudan. The celebrated secession, however, didn’t bring a cure to the economic hardship, inaccessible clean water, miniscule literacy rate, and limited knowledge about Jesus. A vast country with virtually no infrastructure, South Sudan is a war-torn place that’s easily forgotten.
But God remembers the South Sudanese, and He is growing a movement of people who are passionate about reaching every village with His hope and love.
Formerly Aid Sudan, we changed our name to Every Village in May 2012—maintaining the mission to love the South Sudanese people.
We’re working tirelessly to see holistic transformation throughout South Sudan—envisioning every village with access to clean water, every village being impacted by radio, and every village with missionaries making disciples & planting churches.