* Infrastructural and institutional development
* Capacity building, educational training and awareness raising
* Networking and partnership
* Lobbying and advocacy
SSUHA formerly known as Sudan Health Association (SUHA) is a National Non-Governmental Organization (NNGO) currently registered with the South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (SSRRC) under the new NGOs bill and ministry
of legal affair, founded in 1995 to assist in supporting Sudanese refugees that were in Kenya and those living in the Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP) camps in Bamurye in Kajo-Keji County. The aim was to meet the health and social
needs of the refugees and IDPs.
Since 2000 to date, a number of significant development partners and donors have supported SSUHA to enable it implement several projects. It has been receiving funds from different organizations /donors that include:
1- OFDA through ARC for Kajo-Keji County
2- UNICEF for Kajo-Keji County.
3- CRS for Kajo-Keji
4- Sudan Medical Link through the diocese of Salisbury for Kajo-Keji County.
5- The European Union (EU) through UNDP in an ICCO-led consortium with 4 other NGOs that included AAH-I, ZOA, NSCC, and SCOPE for western Juba county payams.
6- UNHCR-IGAD for Kajo-Keji County.
7- The European Union (EU) through UNDP in a ZOA-led consortium with IPCS for western Juba county payams.
8- HEKS/Swiss Solidarity for 4 payams in Lainya and Yei counties.
9- MTDF for Kajo-Keji County.
10- Jhpiego/MCHIP for Lainya County.
11- HPF for Lainya county. HEKS/THD for Yei county.
12- SSJR/TDH for Lainya county.