The city of Goma, on the volcanic border between Rwanda and Congo, is settled along the banks of Lake Kivu; a place of pristine beauty … yet of abject poverty.
Bill and I have been based in a town called Goma, on the volcanic border between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo for just over two years now. From here we travel overland and by plane to South Sudan for temporary assignments every other month.
With all our hearts we pray for peace in South Sudan. May they once again know what it is like to wake up ‘one by one.’
How does one turn their back on over 10 million persons, the good people of South Sudan, caught in the middle of this conflict, who count on nations like ours for essential health and nutrition needs?
Paralyzed since the age of two due to trauma, her mother has had to carry Patricia on her back everywhere she goes.