Why are we in South Sudan
- Armed conflict
- Infectious diseases and epidemics
- Exclusion from healthcare
- Social violence
What are we doing in South Sudan
- Primary health care
- Revitalization of healthcare system and construction of health facilities
- Medical assistance to the victims of sexual violence
- Care for mother and child
- Infectious diseases
MAGNA has been operating in South Sudan since 2011.
Currently in South Sudan
The armed conflict began in Juba in mid-December 2013, according to UN statistics drove home within its borders more than one million inhabitants, while 400,000 residents had to seek refuge in neighboring countries of South Sudan. The conflict destroyed the health and civil structures and leads to total malfunction of many existing health centers have remained without medical supplies or workers who fled to save their lives. South Sudan's population remained without access to health facilities, and assistance with basic needs. Battles most affected area of Central Equatoria, Jonglei, Higher Nile and Unity states.
Current team over 30 MAGNA workers providing immunization of children and women in refugee camps in Juba.
For more information about our projects and activities in South Sudan please contact: komunikacia(@)magna.org
Archive of MAGNA Activity Reports from South Sudan
MAGNA publish each year an activity report for each country in which it operated in a given year. Here you can see archive of all last reports from South Sudan.