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Why gov’t has ‘not invested’ in Hepatitis eradication

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Friday, July 30, 2021

  The government of South Sudan has not invested sufficiently in Hepatitis eradication programmes, leaving only humanitarian...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Friday, July 30, 2021

HIV prevalence: Western Equatoria, Lakes lead – report

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Thursday, July 29, 2021

Vaccinate newborns against Hepatitis, WHO tells parents

Published: Thursday, July 29, 2021

Vaccinate newborns against Hepatitis, WHO tells parents

Published: Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Aid worker found dead in Akobo, says CARE International

Published: Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Govt urged to increase health, education budget

Published: Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Tambura IDPs ask for aid

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S Sudan expects more AstraZeneca vaccine doses

South Sudan will receive another consignment of the AstraZeneca vaccine from the UK-based COVAX facility early next month, the chief of...

Women advised to do self-exam for breast cancer signs, symptoms

The visiting Egyptian doctors have advised women to regularly check to identify any early signs of breast cancer. (more…)

MoH confident of using AstraZeneca doses before expiration

Health authorities have expressed confidence that South Sudan will complete administration of the remaining doses of the AstraZeneca...

Gov’t to collect 20% revenues from Covid labs

Private Covid-19 testing laboratories will be required to remit 20 percent of their revenues to the government, according a directive by...

S Sudanese children still needy 10 years after independence – Unicef

Two out of three South Sudanese children are still in desperate need of humanitarian support a decade after the country gained...

AU concerned by exclusion of AstraZeneca in new EU passport system

The African Union has expressed concern over exclusion of a covid-19 vaccine widely used in Africa in a new European Union passport...

Africa must not face travel restrictions over Covid vaccines—WHO

The World Health Organization says Africans must not face more restrictions because they are unable to access Covid-19 vaccines....

‘We did not approve pre-travel Covid test results for national football team’ -MoH

The Ministry of Health has accused a private laboratory of violating health guidelines by conducting pre-travel coronavirus testing for...

Make Covid-19 funds expenditures public, govt told

The South Sudan Doctors’ Union is demanding the National Taskforce on coronavirus to explain to the citizens how it spent the pandemic...

Juba airport arrivals advised to self-isolate for two weeks

Health authorities have expressed concern over violation of self-isolation rule. (more…)

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