Every Village is a non-profit organization
involved in the biblical discipleship of the Sudanese
people brought to America by the hand of God as refugees
from the ongoing genocide in Sudan. To date the violence
has killed more than 2 million Sudanese and left another
5 million Sudanese homeless in their own country and
surrounding refugee camps.
Every Village also takes mission teams into southern Sudan
and the surrounding refugee camps. Plagued by rare
diseases and lacking basic physical needs such as
clean drinking water, these camps receive water well
repairs, disaster relief, and medical care from Every Village teams.
On May 4, 2012, Aid Sudan officially became Every Village. Though the name changed, their mission remains the same.
donation to the "Lost Boy No More" Book
Fund helps assist these ongoing efforts. All proceeds
go to support Every Village. Visit
their website, www.everyvillage.org/,
to learn more about their mission, ministry and the
Documentary Film by Megan
Mylan and Jon Shenk
Lost Boys of Sudan is a feature-length
documentary that follows two Sudanese refugees
on an extraordinary journey from Africa to America.
Orphaned as young boys in one of Africa's cruelest
civil wars, Peter Dut and Santino Chuor survived
lion attacks and militia gunfire to reach a refugee
camp in Kenya along with thousands of other children.
From there, remarkably, they were chosen to come
to America. Safe at last from physical danger
and hunger, a world away from home, they find
themselves confronted with the abundance and alienation
of contemporary American suburbia.