USAID's Investments for Health in South Sudan - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Health spending

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Health programs in South Sudan are helping the nation recover from war by delivering basic health services to citizens.

USAID's health program in South Sudan aims to:

  • Expand access to quality family planning and reproductive health services;
  • Support HIV/AIDS prevention and care programs;
  • Reduce the impact and spread of malaria;
  • Improve maternal and child health services;
  • Address other public health threats; 
  • Decrease cases of tuberculosis; and
  • Improve access to clean water and sanitation.

 

Left to right: Esther Maliga with daughter Jaminewa; Florence Lextion with daughter Alice Terewa; and Wilma Avowa, volunteer hom

Left to right: Esther Maliga with daughter Jaminewa; Florence Lextion with daughter Alice Terewa; and Wilma Avowa, volunteer home health provider, at the Lanyi Primary Health Care Clinic, Mundri East County, Western Equatoria State, South Sudan.

Catharine McKaig, Jhpiego

View the "Real Lives, Real Progress" infographic (PDF, 1.13MB)

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Investments and results for fiscal year 2011 include USAID non-humanitarian development activities in Sudan as whole, the majority of which was focused in South Sudan.