Kukani Tutu talks with a patient in the St. Daniel Comboni Catholic Hospital in Wau, South Sudan. Tutu is a student nurse from the Catholic Health Training Institute in Wau. On the right is Dr. Mariana Santin, a Comboni sister from Italy. Health care is minimal in the newly independent country, and many religious groups are providing personnel and training to fill the gap. The Institute is coordinated by Solidarity with South Sudan, an international consortium of more than 200 religious congregations that trains teachers, health workers and pastoral personnel in several locations throughout South Sudan..