Southern Sudan was devastated during its Second Civil War, which finally came to an official end with the signing of a peace agreement in January of 2005. In its wake, this war has left thousands of civilians maimed, scarred, and unable to continue living the life that they had before the war. In order to start the healing process and get back to a semblance of normality, numerous civilians need intense physical therapy to help them learn to live with their lost limbs. The Rumbek Rehabilitation Project was established toward the end of the war in 2003 with the goal of providing access to orthopedic and physical therapy services to the disabled people of the Rumbek County and the surrounding Bahr el Ghazal region of southern Sudan. The project emphasizes the promotion of appropriate and supportive prosthetic technology, and works to improve the social and economic reintegration of civilian war victims, as well as ensure the sustainability of the care provided by the Rehabilitation Project. Support for this project comes from USAID and the Leahy War Victims’ Fund, as well as from the Christian Blind Mission and the United Nations Office for Project Services.