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Sunday 1st March 2015

Sunday being a day of rest we were up at 6.30am to attend the 8am English service at the Episcopal church. We spoke at both the English and Dinka services, the team introducing themselves and Hilary A and I giving … Continue reading

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S. Sudan: Over 5 million at risk of river blindness

Source – Sudan Tribune July 20, 2013 (JUBA) – Nearly six million South Sudanese remain at risk of contracting river blindness disease due to negligence, health officials have warned. The incidence of river blindness can be affected by land use … Continue reading

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CARE International assists vulnerable communities in Unity state

This article was originally posted in the Sudan Tribune:  July 6, 2013 (BENTIU) – An international development organisation launched a health and sanitation programme in Padiet village of Unity state’s Rubkotna county this week. Benson Wakoli, the programme coordinator of … Continue reading

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New issue of the SSMJ

Dear SSMJ readers   We are sorry there is a glitch in uploading the May issue of the South Sudan Medical Journal. Below is a link to the pdf of volume 6 number 2 which you can download now. We … Continue reading

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Latest issue of SSMJ is now available

Dear SSMJ Reader, The February issue of the South Sudan Medical Journal is now available on our website –http://www.southsudanmedicaljournal.com. You can download the current issue as a pdf or view the individual articles – see below. All previous issues of the … Continue reading

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The bead method: a biographical approach to researching mothers and trust in post-war South Sudan

Article by Rachel Ayrton, NCRM Hub. This article first appeared in the Winter 2012 issue of MethodsNews newsletter (opens a .pdf file). Although the use of the timelines method in biographical interviews can make the construction and analysis of data a … Continue reading

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Jonglei residents have their eyesight restored at the ‘Lost Boys Clinic’

December 20, 2012 (DUK PAYUEL, Jonglei) – The eyesight of 286 patients has been restored by a team of 16 US doctors visiting the Duk Lost Boys Clinic in Jonglei state. After having her eyesight restored at the Duk Lost … Continue reading

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