South Sudan: World's newest nation needs writers
"South Sudan is unlike any country you have visited in Africa," Bishop Joseph Garang Atem told me, citing the country's widespread poverty and human need. Twenty-one years of civil war devastated the economy and infrastructure in the world’s newest nation of 10.6 million people.
But Bishop Joseph (pictured below) is looking ahead. He invited MAI to help develop local Christian publishing to feed the hearts and minds of people.