Monthly Archives: November 2011
An interesting article about health professionals leaving developing countries to work in the US, UK and Australia. The article isn’t specifically about South Sudan but it highlights a problem facing other African countries: November 25, 2011 (ADDIS ABABA) – Ethiopia … Continue reading
1 day BM (Before Mo) The shave occurred the night before, bye bye to 4 day old stubble and the only time I’ll be picking up my electic hair cutting devices. Day 11 11 days in and like previous years … Continue reading
The November issue of the Southern Sudan Medical Journal has now arrived. The printing of hard copies of this journal has been funded by a generous contribution from friends at the University of Calgary, Canada. Just visit this link to … Continue reading
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful and committed citizens can change the world. It’s the only thing that ever has.
We apologise for the tardiness of this blog. Life is so busy at the moment that we can barely keep ahead of things out here. However, allow us to take up the threads of the previous blog and move forward. … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting article from the Financial Times looking at the UN’s global health fund: In 10 years the UN’s fund to fight Aids, tuberculosis and malaria has attracted $22bn in pledges for projects throughout the developing world. But as … Continue reading