Generation for the Nations (G4N) is a fund created by NI missionaries Andy and Kathy Sodestrom and Sarah and Donovan-Grice Fitzgerald that directly supports South Sudanese pastors serving refugees in Uganda and South Sudan. Moses (pictured right) and Santos (pictured center) are South Sudanese pastors who live and work in and around the refugee camps of northern Uganda ministering to and providing for their South Sudanese neighbors' physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Andruga Moses' organization Lamb Mark serves refugees who have moved to the nearby town of Gulu. Santos' organization works directly in refugee camps in the Adjumanji district of Uganda. Moses and Santos are refugees themselves, having fled from their country twice: most recently from the civil war beginning in 2013 and also as child refugees during the war that began in the 1980s.
The projects supported by this fund are all South Sudanese and Ugandan-led and involve skill training for vulnerable adult populations, direct humanitarian support for unaccompanied minors, youth leadership training, gender-based violence prevention, investment in sustainable food sources, and more. All money donated to this page goes directly towards supporting Moses' and Santos' work in and around the refugee camps.