Where We Work

The Villages

    • Aweil
    • Aweil
    • Aweil is the capital city of Northern Bahr el Ghazal, located at the intersection of Nile tributaries - the Lol and the Pongo. The name of the town was derived from the Dinka name Mading Ayuel. . .
    • 9.027061111111111, 27.62774444444
    • APP 1.1M
    • Dinka Rek
    • Northern Bahr el Ghazal
    • Tonj
    • Tonj
    • Tonj is located on a river in the northwestern part of southern Sudan and is the largest city in the Warrap state. It is home to the Dinka Rek people, which is a sub-tribe . . .
    • 7.269611111111111, 28.676861111111112
    • APP 770K
    • Dinka
    • Warrap
    • Mvolo
    • Mvolo
    • Mvolo is in the Western Equatoria region - a state where vegetation and topography ranges from dense forest in the West to grassy, rocky plains in the East. . .
    • 6.060233333333334, 29.95465
    • APP 150K
    • Jur Modo
    • Western Equatoria
    • Nasir
    • Nasir
    • Nasir is a South Sudanese town on the Sobat River (a tributary of the Nile River) about fifteen miles from the Ethiopian border. The official Sudanese name for the town is Al-Nasir . . .
    • 8.61601, 33.0680917
    • APP 200K
    • Nuer
    • Upper Nile
 
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