Peace and Plenty


World Vision, with help from the World Food Program, provides hot meals to recently arrived South Sudanese refugees at a reception center in Uganda.

For hundreds of children, this is probably the first proper meal they have eaten in days.

Refugees from South Sudan arrive daily at the reception center in Arua district, Uganda. Children, women and men are fleeing their home country with their belongings, livestock and sometimes with nothing. According to the U.N. refugee agency, an average of 2,200 refugees are crossing into Uganda every single day. 

Almost 70 percent of the refugees are children, including many thousands who have become separated from their parents, says the U.N. children’s agency. 

Please pray for these vulnerable children and for the aid groups that seek to care for them and reunite them with their families.

Photo©2017 World Vision, Theodore Sam

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