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South Sudan

A child is checked for malnutrition during MSF’s emergency response to the unprecedented heavy flooding. Ulang, South Sudan, November 2019. © MSF/Nicola Flamigni

    Less than half the population of South Sudan has access to adequate medical services, despite a period of peace and a promise of unity after years of civil war.

    MSF worked in 19 project sites across South Sudan in 2019. Activities ranged from treating gunshot wounds in Agok and providing comprehensive medical care in Protection of Civilians (PoC) sites, to vaccinating children against deadly diseases such as measles and ensuring Ebola preparedness at the border...

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2019

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