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Nzara Hospital Expansion - Update 29 April - 05 May 2019

Nzara Hospital Expansion - Update 29 April - 05 May 2019

Overview The Solid progress of last week carried over, with some delays on electrical work, plumbing proceeded. Tiling work continued at the Theatr...
Nzara Hospital Expansion- Blood Bank Update 29 April - 05 May 2019

Nzara Hospital Expansion- Blood Bank Update 29 April - 05 May 2019

As of this week the veranda columns have been completed on three sides of the building, with 13 remaining to be casted. The lintel level tie beam was completed this week, allowing the final level of bricks to continue. Also the pouring of the veranda slab made progress and the excavation of the septic tank was completed.
Abruzzo Club Lunch Fundraiser

Abruzzo Club Lunch Fundraiser

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South Sudan

Despite South Sudan’s political power struggle with fighting and population displacement, Western Equatoria remains relatively peaceful and secure. The Italian Comboni Order has worked in South Sudan for 50 years facilitating development of community health care, education and community support groups.

Edmund Rice Foundation Australia’s (ERFA) financial support for training and infrastructure development at the Comboni managed Nzara Hospital has assisted healthcare of the STAR and Rainbow HIV/Aids communities and general population. With the transfer to the Tombura Yambio Diocese of the supply and distribution of medications for members of Star Support Group, who are living with HIV/AIDS, the Nzara Hospital, which is managed by the Comboni Sisters Order, has become the main location for the provision of medical services. Hence, in 2012 the Foundation began to provide assistance to Nzara Hospital. The hospital provides general, maternal, child and infant medical care. It specializes in TB, HIV/AIDS and Leprosy treatment. Major illnesses are malaria, gastrointestinal disorders and complications arising from TB and HIV/AIDS. Nzara has an Antiretroviral Therapies (ART) Clinic and Medical Ward.

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Comboni Missionary Sisters (CMS)

Medical Staff

Clinical Officers and Volunteer Doctors