From Jan. 26-Feb. 9, during the first anniversary of the program, UMCOR presents a series of stories about the work that United Methodists are funding in Sudan. Two stories will be featured each week, and photos in this gallery may be used with credit.
Photos by Paul Jeffrey, Sidney Traynham, Stephen Guy and Linda Beher.
please credit all Photos when using them.
In the city of Al Daein, blacksmiths forge farming implements that UMCOR is distributing to internally displaced families. Credit: Paul Jeffrey/UMCOR
As the rainy season gets under way in South Darfur, UMCOR has helped keep hope in the future alive by providing seeds and agricultural tools to displaced families. Here Adel Dut plants sorghum on land outside the camp.Credit: Paul Jeffrey/UMCOR
At the El Ferdous IDP camp, workers constructed a reception center for new displaced families arriving at the camp. UMCOR hospitality now speeds the integration of new arrivals into the support structures of the camp.Credit: Paul Jeffrey/UMCOR
An UMCOR community worker lifts young groundnuts to show how bountiful the crops would be come November's harvest.Credit: Stephen Guy/UMCOR
As the rainy season got under way in South Darfur, UMCOR helped keep hope in the future alive by providing seeds and agricultural tools to displaced families. Here Adel Dut planted sorghum on land outside the camp.Credit: Sidney Traynham/UMCOR