FIGHTING TO IMPROVE SANITATION/HEALTH

BUILD HEALTH/HEALTHCARE AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

These wars and conflicts ravaged the greater Upper Nile Regions the most than other regions in the country which led no social services, health, and access to basic healthcare facilities, access to clean water, and dependable food sources. E.g. over 85% of the population drink water is contaminated with things like infectious diseases from poor sanitation and hygiene, malnourished for lack of nutrition.

People are dying from what the developed countries would consider preventable, non-life-threatening medical issues, poor sanitation, and malnourished. Currently due to lack of proper sanitation and filtration the overwhelming majority of the population in South Sudan lacks any access to clean water.

Clean water is the foundation to health and disease prevention. There are crippled or poor sanitation/hygiene at school facilities and household community environments and contaminated water and malnourished are other diseases which cause almost everyone in all ages suffers from malnutrition, cholera, malaria, malnutrition diseases— malaria and malnutrition results into high morbidity and mortality rates, poorest performance in schools, works and, poor health, malnourished, low population, school or learning dropouts and increased HH poverty, etc. 

NDO plans to work with all South Sudanese groups and sectors to address and improve the public health infrastructure by:

Purchasing mosquito repellents, anti-malarial medication, vaccines, oral rehydration salts, HIV screening and treatment equipment, prenatal screening supplies, materials for providing potable water (filters, boiling, halogenations, tablets, solar still)

NDO plans to work with all South Sudanese groups and sectors to address and improve the public health infrastructure by:

Purchasing mosquito repellents, anti-malarial medication, vaccines, oral rehydration salts, HIV screening and treatment equipment, prenatal screening supplies, materials for providing potable water (filters, boiling, halogenations, tablets, solar still)

·         constructing/upgrading public health infrastructure, including community potable water supply system, community waste disposal system, community health clinic

·         hiring a community health nurse

·         NDO commits to address the challenges of lack of access to basic survival needs such as clean drinking water and other urgency for daily living.

·         NDO also will try to develop program that will deliver and distribute resources at minimal costs.

·         NDO will design and establish a health clinic in the southeast region’ residents can have their health issues addressed. The clinic facility will be used to train and provide medications are essential to improving the health of the community. It also can offer general, preventive and pre-natal care; specialized ophthalmologic care for high incidences of cataracts, glaucoma, and trachoma; AIDS counseling and treatment; and first aid for accidents and incidents resulting from violence. Work on the Healthcare clinic will span a time frame beginning in 2016 and continuing through 2019.


We currently are requesting funds for displaced returning refugees in the southeast South Sudan who already returned to their homes in the last several months but lack basic services and necessities. Specific needs and wants we’re raising money for are food, mosquito nets, anti-malaria medication, water filters, and perhaps dig well (s). For example, $10 per mosquito nets, $50 can buy sack of sorghum or corn for per family per month, $16,000+ can buy package of mosquito nets, anti-malaria medications, water filters and mosquito repellents for certain number of vulnerable families per years.

Your financial support will mean more than words,

Donations can be made online (pay-pal) or checks can be sent to
NDO mailing: 2840 Champa St, Denver, CO USA 80205.
email: ndoss007@gmail.com
1 (720)226-1847

Thank you, hope you'll understand our urgency and become our supporter!


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