The president of south Sudan is wrapping up a visit to the United States.
President Salva Kiir was in the U.S. to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the peace agreement for north and south Sudan.
The agreement ended a bloody 21-year civil war between Muslims and Christians in the country.
Kiir met with President Bush and the U.N. Secretary General earlier this week. He also met with Franklin Graham, head of Samaritan's Purse.
The ministry has invested more than $60 million to rebuilding the Sudanese area.
CBN News spoke with Graham about the outreach his group as given to Sudan.
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