Timpir board member Ken Pfitzner spent hundreds of hours creating an amazing credenza titled “Africa Dawning”. This piece Ken, a renowned Adelaide furniture maker, has labelled his pièce de résistance.
In South Sudan there are stories of people and families that show the desperation and hardships of life. The story of Mel Magol’s family is one of these. I had
In 2007, when I went to Wäramoth for the first time, I met Dut. This was what I wrote about Dut after returning from Sudan in 2007: Dut attends Wäramoth
On arriving in Uganda in January 2008, Kuol spent 2 and a half days at customs trying to collect the consignment. All seven boxes in the consignment were released after
Seven laboratory technicians, a Ph.D student and Mel and Kuol gathered together in the University of South Australia’s School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences staff room one long lunch hour
Timpir: Australians supporting health, education and development in South Sudan (hereafter referred to as Timpir) is a grassroots organisation that works to improve the lives of people in South Sudan
In February 2007, we delivered 200 birthing kits donated by Zonta International to traditional birth attendants in the Aweil region of South Sudan. These birthing kits help to provide a