• Operation: Upper Nile

    • In Response to: Refugee Crisis
    • Location: South Sudan
    • Active: Jul 3, 2012 - Oct 5, 2012

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In 2012, TR and partner agency International Medical Corps worked to provide humanitarian aid to the rising influx of refugees into South Sudan with health care, camp construction, and WASH services.

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September 14, 2012 I am probably the most hated man in the Gendrassa refugee camp, at least among the children here. It’s pretty funny in a way. I fully intended to come to South Sudan to help children in need. Children, that have faced war, malnutrition and an eight-week journey on foot to reach the safety of these… Read More »

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Operation: Upper Nile – Reflection from Navy Veteran Eric Smith

I am probably the most hated man in the Gendrassa refugee camp, at least among the children here. It’s pretty funny in a way. I fully intended to come to South Sudan to help children in need. Children, that have faced war, malnutrition and an eight-week journey on foot to reach the safety of these… Read More »

Operation: Upper Nile – Reflection from British Army Veteran Adam Delmonico

After leaving the Army I felt lost and unable to fit in within the civilian world.  What was important to others out there wasn't important to me, and I felt wasted after a life dedicated to trying to somehow make the world a better place.  I found that the only place I could talk about… Read More »

Operation: Upper Nile – Reflection and Update from USMC Veteran Levi Briscoe

Team Rubicon has given me the mission I yearn for along with an outlet for the skills I desire to utilize. Both of these factors are deeply enhanced by the mindset I obtained while serving in the military. After serving for 4 years, which included a deployment to Iraq, I left with a deep wonderment… Read More »

Operation: Upper Nile – Reflection from Army Veteran Matt Brudnok

While serving in the US Army I was able do many great things, ranging most of the combat engineering spectrum. When I left, the feeling that I could use what I knew for the benefits of others was constant. I found the transition difficult at best. Soon enough though, I was on my way through… Read More »