Malaria and Paediatrics care in Aweil

South Sudan

Years of conflict have forced millions of people from their homes.

Exposed to extreme violence and living in fear for their lives, hundreds of thousands of people in South Sudan are unable to access basic necessities such as food, water and healthcare.

We work in hospitals and clinics throughout the country, where we are running some of our biggest programmes worldwide.

Our teams provide basic and specialised healthcare and respond to emergencies and outbreaks affecting isolated communities, internally displaced people and refugees from Sudan.

 

3 Questions: Finding Reasons for Hope in South Sudan ENG Widescreen
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Finding reasons for hope in South Sudan

Finding reasons for hope in South Sudan

What’s happening in South Sudan? How is MSF meeting urgent medical needs? How are we making a long-term impact?

Splintered by conflict, South Sudan struggles to meet the essential needs of its people. For many, access to even basic healthcare, food and water is a struggle.

Will Harper, a former head of mission for MSF in South Sudan, talks about some reasons for optimism despite the tremendous humanitarian challenges.

Why are we here?

 
Destroyed Ambulances in East Ghouta, Syria
Global health

MSF urges G20 to take action on health issues

Press Release 6 Jul 2017
 
South Sudan - Pibor violence and looting
South Sudan

Malnutrition on the rise in Pibor

Project Update 5 Jul 2017
 
Snakebite Amputation
Snakebite

MSF welcomes WHO decision to include snakebite on Neglected Tropical Diseases list

Statement 23 Jun 2017
 
South-Sudan: thousands at risk of cholera and malnutrition in Pieri
South Sudan

“They killed the women, the girls, everybody in the town”

Voices from the Field 2 Jun 2017
 
South-Sudan: thousands at risk of cholera and malnutrition in Pieri
South Sudan

Thousands at risk of cholera and malnutrition after fleeing attacks in Yuai and Waat

Press Release 2 Jun 2017
 
Crisis in Aburoch, South Sudan
South Sudan

Fighting and deplorable conditions in Aburoc force 20,000 people to flee

Project Update 11 May 2017
 
In April 2017, up to 25,000 people were forced to flee Kodok for the IDP camp in Aburoc as the frontline approached.
South Sudan

Intense fighting around Kodok forces up to 25,000 people to flee without humanitarian support

Press Release 27 Apr 2017
 
Outdoors support clinics, Thaker. Leer, South Sudan
Photo Story

Delivering healthcare to a population displaced and in danger in Leer county

12 Apr 2017
Photo Story
 
MSF national staff from Wau Shilluk who evacuated Wau Shilluk
South Sudan

“My future is unclear, and I don't know what will happen to all of us from Wau Shilluk.”

Voices from the Field 15 Mar 2017