As an organisation with a vision to maintain a sustainable,healthy and productive society, we have laid our hands on a few projects in South Sudan helping and serving our beneficiaries who include children, refugees, women and all South Sudanese nationals.
For that cause, we are currently engaged and actively running the following programs.
We provide basic health services through the Ministry of Health with funding from HPF (Health Pooled Funds) in Yei River State.
One of our goals and mission at SSUHA is to ensure our beneficiaries get access to safe water, maintain proper sanitation and access the proper Health services.
SSUHA is currently running GBV in Lainya, Yei and Morobo.
As a team, we've been able to accomplish the following projects.
OFDA yhrough ARC supported us the provision of primary health care services in Ngepo, Lire, Kangapo I and parts of Kangapo II in Kajo-Keji County , and also in the then Lobonok payam of Juba County.
This included supply of medicines and medical equipment, and training on healther related issues.
Funded training of community and health workers for the primary health care program of SSUHA in Kajo-Keji. It also supported the construction of SSUHA's Community Health Worker's training school. LAter used for training
M?CHW's from various parts of war stricken parts of Sudan.
UNHCR supported services that included construction of 11 health facilities, training of health
workers, training of community members on health issues, provision of medicines
and reagents for health facilities, medical equipment and support to health workers in government hospitalin Kajo-Keji
The project was implemented
in 6 payams of Juba West County. Some of the activities included: Construction
of one PHCC and 2 PHCUs including renovation of one PHCU, equipping of these health facilities, supplying them with essential drugs, training hygiene promoters and water users committes.
The project was implemented
in 6 payams of Juba west county, and activities included: Training of women groups on vegetable growing and marketing and also training bee keepers on modern apiary practices and marketing, training of 120 vulnerable people on female goat rearing for rotation.
The Multi Donor Trust Fund - MDTF supported SSUHA in implementing basic services for health delivery in Kajo-Keji county. SErvices delivery were carried out at both PHCCs and PHCUs level with Kajo-Keji civil hospital acting
as the main referral facility for all refferal cases from PHCUs and PHCCs.
USAID through the MCHIP condortium consulting of Jhpiego, Save the children and PSI, supported SSUHA in implementing basic health services in Lainya County. Activies include provision of services in all the healh facilities
in Lainya county, conducting support supervision in the health facilities, conducting training activities.
With funding from HEKS/Swiss Solidarity, SSUHA implemented WASH program in 2 payams in Yei and 2 payams in Lainya counties. Activities include: drilling boreholes, protection of springs and construction of shallow wells, provision of boreholes repair tools and construction of VIP latrines.
With fundimg from Health Pooled FUnd (HPF),SSUHA implemented basic health care services in GReater LAinya county, and is a replacement of the ISDP health delivery project previously funded by USAID through MCHIP through
the consortium of Jhpiego, Save the CHildren and PSI in the same county
With funding from HEKS/TDH, SSUHA supported WASH Emergency project in Yei town that dealt with rehabilitation of boreholes and training of hygiene promoters to conduct sanitation and hygiene awareness. IT also supports
provision of sanitation and hygiene-based NFI for N ESTIMATED 4,000 households in Yei.