Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

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CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

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Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]The major ethnic groups present in South Sudan are the Dinka, the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. The official language of South Sudan is English. South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coldest month with an average temperature falling between 20 and 30 °C,  and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C. The most rainfall occurs between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November.

South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]South Sudan has a population of approximately 12 million and a predominantly rural, subsistence economy. The majority of inhabitants adhere to Christianity or various traditional faiths. This region has been negatively affected by war for all but10 of the years since 1956, resulting in severe neglect, lack of infrastructure development, and major destruction and displacement. More than 2 million people have died, and more than 4 million are internally displaced persons or became refugees as a result of the civil war and its impact.

The major ethnic groups present in South Sudan are the Dinka, the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. The official language of South Sudan is English. South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coldest month with an average temperature falling between 20 and 30 °C,  and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C. The most rainfall occurs between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November.

South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]South Sudan has three historical regions: Bahr el Ghazal, Equatoria, and Greater Upper Nile and further divided into 32 states.

South Sudan has a population of approximately 12 million and a predominantly rural, subsistence economy. The majority of inhabitants adhere to Christianity or various traditional faiths. This region has been negatively affected by war for all but10 of the years since 1956, resulting in severe neglect, lack of infrastructure development, and major destruction and displacement. More than 2 million people have died, and more than 4 million are internally displaced persons or became refugees as a result of the civil war and its impact.

The major ethnic groups present in South Sudan are the Dinka, the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. The official language of South Sudan is English. South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coldest month with an average temperature falling between 20 and 30 °C,  and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C. The most rainfall occurs between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November.

South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It gained independence from the Republic of Sudan in 2011, making it the most recent sovereign state with widespread recognition. Its capital and largest city is Juba.

South Sudan has three historical regions: Bahr el Ghazal, Equatoria, and Greater Upper Nile and further divided into 32 states.

South Sudan has a population of approximately 12 million and a predominantly rural, subsistence economy. The majority of inhabitants adhere to Christianity or various traditional faiths. This region has been negatively affected by war for all but10 of the years since 1956, resulting in severe neglect, lack of infrastructure development, and major destruction and displacement. More than 2 million people have died, and more than 4 million are internally displaced persons or became refugees as a result of the civil war and its impact.

The major ethnic groups present in South Sudan are the Dinka, the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. The official language of South Sudan is English. South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coldest month with an average temperature falling between 20 and 30 °C,  and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C. The most rainfall occurs between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November.

South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]The cry of “come to Macedonia and help us” has been ringing from South Sudan to the Nigerian Church since our 2012 African Mission Conference participation in Nakuru, Kenya. We believe now is the time to answer ‘the call’ and cause great shouts of joy and celebration in the community we intend to reach out to in South Sudan.

South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It gained independence from the Republic of Sudan in 2011, making it the most recent sovereign state with widespread recognition. Its capital and largest city is Juba.

South Sudan has three historical regions: Bahr el Ghazal, Equatoria, and Greater Upper Nile and further divided into 32 states.

South Sudan has a population of approximately 12 million and a predominantly rural, subsistence economy. The majority of inhabitants adhere to Christianity or various traditional faiths. This region has been negatively affected by war for all but10 of the years since 1956, resulting in severe neglect, lack of infrastructure development, and major destruction and displacement. More than 2 million people have died, and more than 4 million are internally displaced persons or became refugees as a result of the civil war and its impact.

The major ethnic groups present in South Sudan are the Dinka, the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. The official language of South Sudan is English. South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coldest month with an average temperature falling between 20 and 30 °C,  and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C. The most rainfall occurs between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November.

South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]Come November 1 – 10, 2019, the NCGF/AVTHS evangelical medical and social mission team will be in South Sudan to render free medical and social services to the people of Yei community in Yei River State, South Sudan.

The cry of “come to Macedonia and help us” has been ringing from South Sudan to the Nigerian Church since our 2012 African Mission Conference participation in Nakuru, Kenya. We believe now is the time to answer ‘the call’ and cause great shouts of joy and celebration in the community we intend to reach out to in South Sudan.

South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It gained independence from the Republic of Sudan in 2011, making it the most recent sovereign state with widespread recognition. Its capital and largest city is Juba.

South Sudan has three historical regions: Bahr el Ghazal, Equatoria, and Greater Upper Nile and further divided into 32 states.

South Sudan has a population of approximately 12 million and a predominantly rural, subsistence economy. The majority of inhabitants adhere to Christianity or various traditional faiths. This region has been negatively affected by war for all but10 of the years since 1956, resulting in severe neglect, lack of infrastructure development, and major destruction and displacement. More than 2 million people have died, and more than 4 million are internally displaced persons or became refugees as a result of the civil war and its impact.

The major ethnic groups present in South Sudan are the Dinka, the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. The official language of South Sudan is English. South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coldest month with an average temperature falling between 20 and 30 °C,  and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C. The most rainfall occurs between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November.

South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

CONTACT US NOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

Email Address
Your Phone Number
Suggestion/Message/Comment

Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us

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Come November 1 – 10, 2019, the NCGF/AVTHS evangelical medical and social mission team will be in South Sudan to render free medical and social services to the people of Yei community in Yei River State, South Sudan.

The cry of “come to Macedonia and help us” has been ringing from South Sudan to the Nigerian Church since our 2012 African Mission Conference participation in Nakuru, Kenya. We believe now is the time to answer ‘the call’ and cause great shouts of joy and celebration in the community we intend to reach out to in South Sudan.

South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It gained independence from the Republic of Sudan in 2011, making it the most recent sovereign state with widespread recognition. Its capital and largest city is Juba.

South Sudan has three historical regions: Bahr el Ghazal, Equatoria, and Greater Upper Nile and further divided into 32 states.

South Sudan has a population of approximately 12 million and a predominantly rural, subsistence economy. The majority of inhabitants adhere to Christianity or various traditional faiths. This region has been negatively affected by war for all but10 of the years since 1956, resulting in severe neglect, lack of infrastructure development, and major destruction and displacement. More than 2 million people have died, and more than 4 million are internally displaced persons or became refugees as a result of the civil war and its impact.

The major ethnic groups present in South Sudan are the Dinka, the Nuer, the Bari, and the Azande. The official language of South Sudan is English. South Sudan has a climate similar to an Equatorial or tropical climate, characterized by a rainy season of high humidity and large amounts of rainfall followed by a drier season. The temperature on average is always high with July being the coldest month with an average temperature falling between 20 and 30 °C,  and March being the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 23 to 37 °C. The most rainfall occurs between May and October, but the rainy season can commence in April and extend until November.

South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world. The health situation in South Sudan is far from ideal. More than 50% of the population live below the poverty line, and the adult literacy rate is at 27%.

The major causes of mortality include pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, and
malnutrition. The country has the lowest immunization coverage of only 26%.
Most of the maternal deaths occur during labour, delivery and the immediate
postpartum period.  The human resource for health in South Sudan is far below the minimum threshold recommended by the WHO.   According to WHO and the MoH of South Sudan, there are a total of 189 physicians in South Sudan—or one doctor for every 39,088 persons.

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Common diseases in South Sudan, include malaria, river blindness, nodding syndrome, guinea worm disease, African sleeping sickness, visceral leishmaniasis, and Buruli ulcer. Some of these diseases are rare or unheard-of outside South Sudan. Malaria has reached alarming levels there. South Sudan has been called “the forgotten front line when it comes to health.”

Yei is the most populous town in Yei River State, with an estimated population of over 260,000 in 2014. The city of Yei, (located in Yei River County) was part
of the former state of Central Equatoria.
Yei County is inhabited by many ethnicities including the Kakwa, the Bari, the Pojolu, the Baka, the Mundu, and the Avukaya.

Yei is a medium-sized city in South Sudan’s southwest.  It is a business hub, attracting traders and customers from nearby countries. Ivory Bank and Kenya Commercial Bank maintain a branch in the city. Yei has an airport.

During this medical mission, a group of volunteer medical missionaries, para-medical practitioners, social workers, and counsellors mainly from Nigeria and other African countries shall render FREE state-of-the-art medical services in general medicine, dentistry, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and many other departments. Additionally, we shall operate free laboratory and pharmacy services.

Our singular objective is to bring about salvation and medical intervention to Yei community.

We request your prayers, participation and donations in cash and materials that will enable us to minister the whole gospel to the total man in Yei Municipal, South Sudan. Please, extend this invitation to your friends, colleagues and those who are interested in making a difference in needy African communities. If you desire to be part of these medical missions, please contact us