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09 August 2016 | Comments (0)
Married Couples have been urged to practice family planning in an effort to increase the reproductive health of the family and to assist women to have good spacing of delivery. Read more
27 July 2016 | Comments (0)
“233 cases of cholera have now been recorded in Juba and 5 people have died from the disease. In Tomping camp, 6 suspected Cholera cases have been reported, which, together with the living conditions at the camp, leaves its residents at a higher risk of contracting the disease” Read more
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21 July 2016 | Comments (4)
The International Organization for Immigration (IOM) said its medical staff are responding to an upsurge of suspected cholera cases in Juba and providing emergency medical care to civilians displaced by last week’s fighting in South Sudan’s capital. Read more
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13 July 2016 | Comments (0)
“When the conflict broke out in 2013, many schools in Upper Nile State especially in the areas of Nuer communities were closedown because these areas were the most affected places by the conflict and right now, they are not functioning...." Read more
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15 June 2016 | Comments (0)
South Sudan joined the rest of the world on Tuesday in commemorating the blood donor day in a bid to create an awareness campaign for more people to voluntarily give blood. Read more
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15 June 2016 | Comments (0)
Western Lakes State Minister of Health, Arkenjelo Deng Kuok Malok was on Tuesday sworn in to office after being endorsed by the State legislative assembly. Read more
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06 June 2016 | Comments (0)
“For the last two months there have been 4 in the first month of April and 6 patients in the month of May that were tested positive for Hepatitis B and that to me compared to previous years is a bit of an increase,” Read more
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26 May 2016 | Comments (0)
“Although we have more than 17 students training in various institutions in South Sudan we are still looking for more to enroll. The medical college is a national institute established to train doctors and nurses who are interested in the field of health,” Read more
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23 May 2016 | Comments (0)
Expectant mothers in Jonglei State have resorted to home deliveries following what they term exorbitant charges at the government health facilities. Read more
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10 May 2016 | Comments (0)
Health partners in South Sudan say they are responding to a countrywide outbreak of measles, with 11 Counties confirming the outbreak since the beginning of 2016. Read more
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