Save People from Dying from Malaria in South Sudan

Jun 9, 2010

First report Provide Microscope for Malaria Testin

Omilling local healthcare post
Omilling local healthcare post

People in Omilling community are patient waiting for the arrival of Microscope for Malaria even though the pace of fundraising has been hampered by recent economic recession.

We will continue to appeal to our donors to help us. Still at the local healthcare post patients are receiving treatment without being tested. Children under 5 years old are the most affected because the medical team cannot know what kind of disease they are suffering from.

Treatment is base on guest work which is a major factor contributing to higher to the death of mange children. But when we get the microscope for testing Malaria, and other diseases our medical team will be able to help to safe lives of many people.

We are appreciating that you will continue to help until the project achieves its goal.

Thanks for helping us


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Project Leader

William Logai Ochieng

Oslo, Oslo Norway

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Map of Save People from Dying from Malaria in South Sudan