If you are looking for answers to what is happening right now in Sudan and ways to get involved, you've come to the right place. A massacre in Khartoum, international outrage, and an outpouring of support to the Sudanese people. The past several days have seen a whirlwind of attention for the long-neglected crisis in Sudan, largely becuase of the #BlueForSudan hashtag.
Operation Broken Silence has been working in one of the most oppressed parts of Sudan, the Nuba Mountains, for 8 years. Our nonprofit comes alongside Sudanese and helps them tell their own stories through film and photography. We use these stories to raise support for Sudanese-led education and healthcare programs. We focus on helping the Sudanese drive forward their solutions to their problems. LEARN MORE ABOUT US »
For millions of Sudanese living in the war-torn edges of Sudan, the regime massacre in Khartoum is not a new experience. It is life as usual. If you want some quick context into why the situation in Sudan is so bad right now, CHECK OUT OUR WHY SUDAN PAGE »
This is a bit of a longer read, but if you want to learn more about the current moment in Sudan and what life is like outside of Khartoum, which isn't being covered in the media at all right now, READ THIS ARTICLE »
If you are looking for tangible ways to support the Sudanese people right now, below you will find simple ways to provide them direct support.
Join The Renewal
The best and easiest way to support our brothers and sisters in Sudan in the months ahead is to join our family of monthly givers!
The Renewal is an automatic monthly giving program that directly supports the Sudanese-led education and emergency relief programs we sponsor on the ground in Sudan. It’s like your monthly subscription to a video, music, or internet cable service, but it empowers the Sudanese people instead. Signing up only takes a minute.
Many of you are already sharing information on social media about what is happening in Sudan. It's also really great to give your friends an easy way to help as well! We encourage you to start an online fundraising page for the schools in Yida or the hospital in the Nuba Mountains. Fundraising is a great way to not only provide direct support to the Sudanese people, but also raise awareness about the situation in Sudan.
Your fundraising page comes with a video showing what the Sudanese are up against and some great informatIon to provide friends the facts they are looking for.
Here's a short video about the Sudanese education crisis in Yida Refugee Camp:
Making a one-time donation is the fastest way to make a real difference in the lives of some of the most oppressed people in Sudan. We'll put your gift to work at the Endure Primary and Renewal High Schools in Yida Refugee Camp and Mother of Mercy Hospital in the Nuba Mountains warzone. And yes, we are a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Take a look at this short video about the hospital we support in Sudan:
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Finally, we know there are a lot of other people looking for answers to what is happening in Sudan right now and ways to help. After you get involved above, could you also share this information with your friends? Just grab the link below, share it on Facebook and Twitter and add it to your Instagram profile, and then ask people to join you.
If you aren't sure what to write with any of your messages, feel free to copy/paste this:
Over the past few weeks, the military regime in Sudan has been committing another massacre. I'm joining the fight to directly support the Sudanese people and need you to join me: https://www.operationbrokensilence.org/blog/new-to-sudan-heres-how-to-help/
And feel free to grab the blue photo below to share online as well. Unfortunately there are a number of scams online right now trying to get people to donate or follow them that are not true. Our friends in Sudan need our direct support now more than ever before, so we need people to get involved at the right places and in the right ways. Let's roll.
The people of Sudan are overcoming two of the greatest challenges facing humanity today: war and genocide. Operation Broken Silence is working to accelerate their ability to generate lasting change through storytelling and movement-building, education and emergency relief, and grassroots advocacy programs.
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