Humanitarian Aid for South Sudan
17. 12. 2011 | 17.12. 2011 | Humanitarian aid in the amount of 2 tons of medical supplies for South Sudan. Copyright by Martin Bandzak / MAGNA
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MAGNA delivered to South Sudan humanitarian material aid in the amount of 2 tons of medical supplies, especially drugs and antibiotics.
Magna Children at Risk operates its regular mobile health services in the region of South Sudan called Terekaka. The project is trying to solve acute shortage of health services and in some cases its complete absence in remote communities of South Sudan. The mobile clinic provides access to basic health care for the area with population around 100 000 people. Project activities of mobile health service include providing of basic health care, prenatal care, treatment of tropical diseases, particularly malaria and immunization of children.
South Sudan is one of the poorest parts of the world. The population density is, except a few exceptions, very low. In terms of health care, this is a serious problem, especially in providing of medical staff as well as centers and facilities. Most socio-economic and health indicators are below the level which reaches the rest of Sudan.
With material aid to organization Magna Children at Risk contributed our partners in Slovakia, Czech Republic and Austria: Becton Dickinson Czechia s.r.o., Hartmann Rico s.r.o., Pfizer Luxembourg Sarl. o.z., Pharma Group a.s., Sandoz GmbH and Unimed Pharma s.r.o.
Transport of the material aid was ensured by Ministry of Foreign Affairs.