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Precious little treasures!

If you are born early, or small, in South Sudan, you are likely to die. The odds are not good as the care is simply not available. Breathing difficulties, feeding difficulties, inability to maintain a normal temperature, and a greater risk of infection make the chances of surviving very small.   Yet God loves every baby, no matter how small

500 deliveries at His House of Hope!

We had our 500th delivery at His House of Hope in September 2013. Milestones like this allow us to step back in appreciation and gratitude for all that God has done. So many lives have been impacted by the care women and children have received at His House of Hope.   Our monthly delivery numbers are increasing, with September and

Famous baby Jordan!

We had the privilege of caring for Baby Jordan recently. His parents are missionaries in Yei and were planning to return to the US for the birth of their son. Preterm labour changed all of that and Baby Jordan was born at His House of Hope, at 32 weeks gestation. The birth went well, his condition stabilised, and he was

Happy Birthday South Sudan!

To the people of South Sudan, May you enjoy the celebrations of July 9, 2012, the first birthday of your nation! “May the Lord bless you and keep you May the Lord make His face shine on you and be gracious to you May the Lord turn His face towards you and give you peace!” Numbers 6:24-26  

The first patient at His House of Hope

This is an inspiring and powerful story! Life rather than death for a Sudanese woman and two Africans, giving their own blood, to save her life, though she was not of their family or tribe. God is doing wonderful things through His House of Hope – bringing hope and healing to the people of this new nation!   Through the eyes

March 12 is moving day for His House of Hope

For the past few years, all the medical/nursing care at Harvesters has been provided out of “His Merciful Hand” clinic, a small room located near the orphanage. Over recent months, patient numbers have increased and this space has become frustratingly small. Construction of His House of Hope has been progressing well though and the final fit outs are almost finished.