Make Way Partners in Sudan
Since 2005, Make Way Partners has been building the only Christ-centered, indigenously-directed orphan care network in the warzones and lawless lands of the Republic of the Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan, Africa.
When Britain withdrew from Sudan in 1956, both North and South Sudan suffered Christian persecution, modern-day slavery and genocide at the hands of a brutal, invading and radical Islamic regime. The “perfect storm” of genocide, corruption, and poverty has resulted in Sudan holding one of the highest per capita rates for human trafficking in the world while South Sudan ranks as one of the poorest nations in the world. Women and children are the most vulnerable with orphans being the primary target of slave raiders.
Through our Anti-Trafficking Network, the primary mission of Make Way Partners is to protect unadoptable orphans through Christ-centered orphan homes, schools, medical network and other necessary infrastructures. Through partnerships we participate in the building of long term, indigenous discipleship and relief ministries providing opportunities for hope and healing.
Learn more about our Anti-Trafficking Network in Sudan: