Collaboration is a process that enables people or individuals to work together to achieve a defined and common objective. Our Ukusijoni Common Project at the service of the refugees from South Sudan is a great and challenging mission. To accomplish this, we are privileged to be part of the team that consists of three Missionaries of Africa and the three of us MSOLA. We were sent together to achieve a common goal in participating in the Mission of Christ among our brothers and sisters now known as refugees. To be able to live this mission in a life-giving way, we got the opportunity to come together as the two institutes to spend some time together in Nairobi and to get some fundamentals that would help us in our ministry. Indeed, we treasured this time of formation. It gave us an occasion to see as a team the vision and the objectives of the project and to fully enter into the details of the mission assigned to us. It was an opportunity to get to know each other better and to create a spirit of confidence and trust among us. Our being together helped us to discover who we are, our giftedness, talents, weaknesses and our own vulnerability; most of all, our readiness to move together as a team. We received some essential tools on how to work as a team: the knowledge of oneself and self-care, the history of conflicts in South Sudan, peace building and conflict resolution and the spirituality of accompanying vulnerable people, which is a ministry of presence, and being with. We shared with each other and with our leaders who were present, about our aspirations and hopes for the new collaborative project. We are happy to have been given this opportunity to share life together and realize that we can collaborate with one another as one family. We are implementing slowly the fruits of the meeting as we have begun working together. We are very grateful to the two General Councils and our Entity and Provincial leaders for this initiative, their presence and their input. It has given us a good and positive start of our mission and encouraged us more to go in to deep waters with Christ the Master of our Mission. Challenges will be there in working as a team but we are confident that challenges are opportunities and what we received in the sessions will be of great help to go through those challenges. Above all, the one who sent us is faithful. The team of MSOLA and M.Afr.