The US Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) through the American Refugee Care (ARC) (1998 – 2010):

 Supported the provision of primary health care services in Ngepo, Lire, Kangapo I and parts of Kangapo II in Kajo-Keji County, and also in Lobonok payam of Juba County. This included provision of services at health facilities including supply of medicines and medical equipment, training of health staff and community members, payment of staff incentives […]

CRS (1998/9):

Funded training of community members and health workers for the primary health care program of SSUHA in Kajo-Keji. It also supported the construction of SSUHA’s Community Health Workers training school which later was used for training M/CHWs from various parts of the then war-stricken part of Sudan. NGOs implementing health programs in the war affected […]

International Aid Sweden (IAS) now known as International Aid Services–IAS (1998-2002/2003):

Supported SSUHA for its health program in Kajo-Keji and Juba counties.

WHO (2004/5):

 Supported SSUHA for the Roll-Back Malaria program in Kajo-Keji with provision of malaria drugs, Long Lasting Treated Nets (LLTNs), transport, and training of community and health workers on malaria prevention and treatment. Offered services also included de-worming of children and reproductive health activities.

UNICEF (1998-to date):

 It then supported SSUHA’s EPI program in Kajo-Keji county and Lobonok payam of Juba county through the supply of vaccines, kerosene, fridges and incentives for the vaccinators. To date, SSUHA still gets support from UNICEF through the maintenance of fridges for its health program in Lainya County. This support is now mostly solicited through the […]

HealthNet International (1999-2005):

 Supported SSUHA and the CHD in Kajo-Keji county and Lobonok payam of Juba County for the treatment of Onchocerciasis Vulvas (OV).

UNHCR Return and Reintegration Program (2006-2013):

Supported SSUHA for project services that included construction and furnishing of 11 health facilities in Kajo-Keji county and rehabilitation of 3 others in Yei and Juba counties, training of health workers, training of community members on health issues, provision of medicines and reagents for health facilities, provision of medical equipment, payment of staff and other […]

UNHCR Return and Reintegration Program (2009-2010):

Supported SSUHA health program in Lobonok payam through funds from the Bill & Milinda Gates Foundation. Besides HIV prevention and other health activities provision, a significant PHCC was constructed in Pager, Lobonok payam

UNHCR (IGAD Pilot project)-HIV/AIDS Program (2010 – 2013):

HIV/AIDS prevention program implemented in Kajo-Keji county

Sudan Medical Link through the Diocese of Salisbury (2001-to date):

 Supported the construction of the outpatient and maternity ward in Jalimo PHCC in Kajo-Keji county, supported the M/CHWs training school run by SSUHA in Jalimo PHCC, supported the supply of drugs through the dioceses of Rajaf and Kajo-Keji, supported training of health workers for Kajo-Keji county and Lobonok payam