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South Sudan’s 2,036 Covid cases

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 14 hours ago

Fifteen more people in South Sudan have tested positive for the coronavirus. (more…)

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Covid-19: S Sudan records one death, one infection

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Mothers, newborns die due to lack of health facility in Kwarajek of Juba county

Published: Tuesday, June 30, 2020

17 more people test coronavirus positive

Published: Sunday, June 28, 2020

Nimule registers first Covid-19 case

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Unicef donates vehicles, bikes, bicycles to health ministry

The United Nations Children’s Fund, in partnership with World Health Organization, has donated vehicles, (more…)

Jubek private health facilities asked to renew licenses

The State Ministry of Health in Jubek has called upon all private health facilities to renew their licenses. (more…)

Why MSF closed its Melut health facility

The medical charity, MSF, says it today closed an emergency health facility in Melut, Northern Upper Nile, where it says security has ...

Low pay ‘drives’ Yei health workers to camps

Health officials in four counties in Yei River State say low pay has forced some of their medical staff to leave the (more…)

Yei gets new health facility

The international medical charity, MSF, says it has opened a primary health care clinic in Yei town following an assessment of medical ...

Over 1,000 health workers trained to help fight disease outbreaks

The World Health Organization says it has trained more than 1000 health workers in South Sudan on disease detection, outbreak (more…)

Detained mentally ill to get health facility

Mentally ill people who are kept in Juba Prison will soon be relocated to Juba Teaching Hospital after completion of a new facility, ...

Infectious diseases threaten public health – WHO

Infectious diseases continue to pose a major public health threat in South Sudan (more…)

Trained health workers needed in Wau – IOM

There is an urgent need for trained health professionals in Wau, the International Organization for Migration has said. (more…)

Why Juba hotel sued health ministry

A Juba hotel has sued the minister of health over unpaid bills of five million pounds, an official has said. (more…)

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