Support health students in South Sudan

 

14 07 NIHIS Student-clinical officer-Rebecca -good
Rebecca is the first female South Sudanese to study to become a clinical officer: ”I feel so blessed to among the first to be trained in the field. I feel that it is very important that even us ladies are trained so that we can provide healthcare services to our people back at home.”

Because 1 in 17 women die during childbirth in South Sudan, AID supports the International Medical and Dental Association’s (ICMDA) National Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) which is training health workers, like Rebecca (right), who will provide the much needed health care for sick mothers and children across the country.

51 students are currently making great progress in their studies – for more details, visit this page.  AID has committed to raising the funding for the remainder of their course, so please visit this website to enable students such as Rebecca to continue their studies and transform healthcare across this needy country https://chuffed.org/project/healthcareinsouthsudan/

If you give to this project before the 30th June, your donations will be match-funded up to £25,000!