Health & Nutrition

Friday 16 August 2019

Women saving lives of children in hard to reach areas

Kapoeta, South Sudan - Women humanitarians in South Sudan are not only the frontline workers putting their lives on the line to save others but doing whatever it takes to reach the ‘hard to reach areas.

Nachai, 32, Save the Children volunteer who screens U5 children and educates mothers/Tito Justin

Wednesday 6 February 2019

Reducing malnutrition to improve health saves lives in South Sudan

Reducing malnutrition to improve health saves lives in South Sudan

Sunday*, 2yrs, eating plumpy sup at Save the Children Julljok PHCC in Abyei Special Administrative Area/Tito Justin.

Wednesday 17 October 2018

270,000 Children in South Sudan at Risk of Starvation, 20,000 Expected to Die from Extreme Hunger

One in two people face starvation in South Sudan, as extreme hunger hits more states

Tuesday 19 June 2018

Not Educated, but Can Treat Childhood Illnesses

Save the Children trains hundreds of women who cannot read and write to treat childhood illnesses and malnutrition

Mother Lochin took her 2-year-old son Lokale* to a Save the Children-trained community health worker and has made a full recovery. Martin Kharumwa / Save the Children

Friday 26 January 2018

South Sudan’s Starving Children Turn to Beggars

Blog by | Tito Justin | January, 2018

"The only item that is in abundance is Ekamongo, small, bitter, wild green that are boiled, mashed and have to be mixed with oil and salt, it's - the only option for starving children in greater Kapoeta, South Sudan.

 Louis Leeson/Save the Children

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