The Buckeye Clinic provides a cell phone charging station in Piol, South Sudan. One year ago cell phone coverage became available in the Piol area. The Buckeye Clinic has the only electricity within a radius of 20 miles.  During the hours the clinic was open, a few villagers were able to charge their phones. According to Chief Aweng Deng, when the current civil war began in December 2013, these phones provided life saving warnings of impending attacks from the rebel army. In March, construction of a cell phone charging station was completed on the outside of the fence surrounding the clinic compound. This allows villagers 24/7 ability to charge their phones. Contact with the outside world is now possible through the efforts of Buckeye Clinic Donors.