Thanks for your recent generous donation to Fund Healthcare and medicines in South Sudan.
Only months ago an alleged coup in South Sudan has left hundreds dead, and many in the region concerned for what the coming months may bring for the world's youngest country.
More than one million people have been forced from their homes by the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, the UN says. Of these, 803,200 have been displaced within the country, and another 254,000 have fled to neighboring countries, according to the latest UN report. It warns that the situation is likely to get worse as the violence continues.
Driving to Omilling went well because it has just started to rain. The road is very bad but the veteran 4x4 Land rover defender is suited for driving in harsh condition, and in the worst period it fights unpaved road to and from Omilling. In the months to come we will do our best to get the supplies to the clinic to save lives. The population had increased because people are moving from towns to do domestic farming in the village. This had added pressure on the scarce resources not enough to meet the growing demand of the output services on a daily basis.
With your contribution the following are supplied - seven small boxes malaria tablets, four box Terbinafine/hydrochloride, six boxes Daktacort, and boxes Clotrimazole/hydrocortisone.
In the next quarter a new progress field report will be posted, so that you get to know how the impact of your contribution is saving lives in the ground.
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