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Oxfam GB • 10 weeks ago

Today we are launching an urgent appeal for funds to help the people of South Sudan. More than a million people have been forced from their homes by fierce fighting. They have lost everything – many living in makeshift camps in the most awful conditions. We urgently need your help to provide food, water and sanitation. Text DONATE to 70066 to donate £5, and please share this post to help us raise as much as possible. Thank you.

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