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South Sudan


From child refugee to MSF HR manager - the story of Moses Soro

"Because without MSF, maybe I’d be dead. Like my brothers, like my cousins, like all the people who didn’t make it "

Women wait in the maternity ward of the MSF hospital in Bentiu

Severe health consequences expected for people of South Sudan as sudden funding cuts take effect

With a fragile health infrastructure largely dependent on donor aid, MSF is extremely concerned about the immediate and long-term effect of these sudden cuts on the already compromised ability of people to access healthcare in the country


More than 33,000 people displaced in Twic County still awaiting urgent humanitarian aid after fleeing violence two months ago

Most people have settled in the open, and many still lack the basic essentials like shelter, food and clean water. Humanitarian assistance must be urgently scaled up to ensure the situation does not deteriorate before the rainy season sets in.

Destroyed tukul in Adok, Leer [© MSF/Anna Bylund ]

Renewed violence in Leer leads to dozens killed, including MSF staff member

MSF strongly condemns the indiscriminate violence being carried out by armed groups 


South Sudan: MSF and Ministry of Health implement Hepatitis E vaccination campaign in Bentiu

People in Bentiu internally displaced persons (IDP) camp are facing outbreaks of infectious and waterborne diseases due to poor water and sanitation conditions in the camp

Sera James a resident of Akello village, draws water from the bore hole as she shares a laugh with h

World Water Day: MSF brings safe water to remote areas in eastern South Sudan

Almost half of households in South Sudan are reported to rely on surface water as their main water source, putting people at grave risk of waterborne illnesses


More humanitarian aid urgently needed for tens of thousands displaced from Agok area

MSF has been responding to the urgent needs of the displaced population in four locations in Twic County, South Sudan. However the needs remain massive and urgent 


Women in the lead: “Together we are stronger”

Fatmata Jebbeh Sumaila is Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF) midwife activity manager in Jonglei, South Sudan. After working for 17 years with MSF in her home country, Sierra Leone, she has embarked on an international career in recent years.


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