Displaced Persons Project

Reports of ethnic conflict within Sudan started pouring in a couple of months ago, but little did we expect that more than 20 000 people would end up fleeing their homes as a result. Many of the families, who are Nuba people escaping from persecution outside of Nuba Mountains, have returned with little but the clothes on their backs. Our mission, is to provide for both the spiritual and physical needs of the Sudanese, so we are readying emergency relief of food and other necessities to support the provisional government’s efforts to absorb these refugees.


GNAC has identified at least 75 families it plans to provide for with blankets, tarps, soap and basic food items to help with their resettlement. Our ongoing programs in literacy, agriculture, and development will help increase the capacity of the hosts to create sustainable solutions to the urgent crisis unfolding today.


Your gift of any amount will go a long way to alleviating the suffering of people caught between a mountain and a hard place

The Greater Nuba Ac†sion Coalition (GNAC)

GNAC started with the simple idea of basing a coalition on the unity and synergy found in the Book of Acts, where believers shared all things in common and worked unflinchingly toward the fulfillment of the Great Commission, along the way ministering to physical as well as spiritual needs of all those they encountered.


Unlike a faith-based NGO, GNAC fulfills its mission and vision by working in conjunction with partner organizations like Africa Inland Mission (AIM), One Tribe and Sister Effect, Joining Our Voices and Nuba Christian Family Mission, Lift up the Vulnerable, Jesus Film, Partners International, e3 Partners, ACROSS, International Aid Services.  Frontiers, and Pioneers.  Also partner coalitions like the Sahel Initiative, Vision 5:9, GACX and the Missions Awareness Consultative Conf. (MACC).  


Lastly, the many churches and individuals in Sudan and globally working to make a difference in our world. The Four Pillars of Gospel, Education, Relief and Capacity Building, along with the annual conference bringing the world to the isolated Nuba people, are the two main vehicles GNAC uses to coalesce the many giftings and talents of its members into ACTsion!

First GNAC conference in Yei South Sudan Nov. 2014 while the war was raging in the north.


Transformation of people and communities through the establishment of the Gospel in the lives and institutions of the Nuba so both their spiritual and physical needs will be met.


Create a global network of prayer and support for the Sudanese church led by members of the Nuba, Sudanese and South Sudanese diasporas, as well as individuals and organizations from around the world.

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