Refugees in Sudan have very few possessions. Most live in stick huts with a plastic tarp thrown over them. They have the clothes on their backs and a bucket, and they receive small and unpredictable rations of sorghum and water each day. The refugee camp at Yida receives supplies from a chartered flight that arrives on an irregular schedule.
Aid Distribution International has been providing assistance in Sudan since the 1990s, and we continue to do so in the refugee camps. Distributing Life Packs is an effective way for us to fellowship with them to let them know they are not forgotten.