South Sudan (Africa's newest country) is a land with great needs, spiritual and material. The southern regions of the country have been a war zone for decades; millions have lost their lives. The root cause is the pressure upon the south to become Muslims under sharia law - something they have refused to do. About 100 kilometres south of the Kenya/South-Sudan border is the Kakuma refugee camp. Much of Jenny's time in Nairobi is spent in coordinating workers and assisting South Sudanese people to help their own friends back home. Teams are sent out to visit the people; women's groups are set up; intercession groups are started. Jenny attends to urgent donations of food and medical assistance, sent by air or road. Michael's notes are used by many of the preachers.