Recent Reports

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South Sudan

29,667 Children Screened for Malnutrition: Q1 2019

June 18, 2019 - 
  • In Pibor County, additional funding from Common Humanitarian Funds (CHF) strengthened WCF, WFP, UNICEF, and RMF’s support and maintenance of the existing 5 Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) centers and 1 stabilization center, while 1 additional malnutrition treatment and prevention center was established. All locations continue to provide quality, lifesaving nutrition interventions in Pibor County.
  • In Ayod County, the existing 9 CMAM centers and 2 stabilization centers were maintained, while 1 additional stabilization center was established in Jiech.
  • In both Ayod and Pibor, RMF procured and supplied all malnutrition treatment...
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Midwife Kits Assist in Saving Lives: Q1 2019

June 11, 2019 - 
  • Continued to boost hospital operations through in-kind donations. During this reporting period, RMF provided midwife kits to support JTH and other health facilities within South Sudan. This was made possible through our partnership with Direct Relief.
  • Maintained a high-power generator (purchased and installed last year) for RMF’s office on the premises of Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH), which can provide support to JTH, especially the main Operating Theatre when needed.
  • Continued to provide a top-up allowance for one public health officer to support RMF in JTH activities.
  • Maintained the efficient, prefabricated office space that we previously installed for...
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Students Benefit from Donated Learning Kits: Q1 2019

May 18, 2019 - 
  • The two master trainers for the Health eVillages project continued to benefit from the tablets preloaded with medical materials.
  • Provided support to the National Ministry of Health, Republic of South Sudan and project partners in the coordination and implementation of project activities over the reporting period. Support and activities are in line with the approved JCONAM annual work plan.
  • Continued facilitation of interlinkages with UNFPA, MOH, IMC, and other stakeholders to guarantee quality assurance in the implementation of both nursing and midwifery curricula in the diploma program.
  • Coordinated RMF activities with other organizations and UN agencies...
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Maternal Near-Miss Research Published: March 2019

April 02, 2019 - 
International Journal of Women’s Health
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South Sudan

RMF Provides New Office Space: Q4 2018

March 10, 2019 - 
  • Continued to boost hospital operations through in-kind donations. During the previous quarter, RMF received midwife kits to support JTH and other health facilities within South Sudan. This was made possible through our partnership with Direct Relief.
  • Maintained a high-power generator (purchased and installed earlier this year) for RMF’s office on the premises of Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH), which can provide support to JTH, especially the main Operating Theatre when needed.
  • Continued to provide a top-up allowance for one public health officer to support RMF in JTH activities.
  • Continued to support the hospital’s human resource capacity by paying...
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14 Centers Providing Nutrition Support to Remote Locations: Q4 2018

March 08, 2019 - 
  • In Pibor County, additional funding from Common Humanitarian Funds (CHF) strengthened WCF, WFP, UNICEF, and RMF’s support of the existing 3 Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) centers and 1 stabilization center in the county, while 1 additional malnutrition treatment and prevention center was established in Kordep. All locations continue to provide quality, lifesaving nutrition interventions in Pibor County.
  • In Ayod County, the existing 9 CMAM centers and 2 stabilization centers were maintained and continued to provide quality, lifesaving nutrition interventions.
  • In both Ayod and Pibor, RMF procured and supplied all malnutrition treatment...
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30 Students Graduate, 2 Pass with Distinction: Q4 2018

February 01, 2019 - 
  • The two master trainers for the Health eVillages project continued to benefit from the tablets preloaded with medical materials.
  • Continued to support the consultative process in developing policies/guidelines and strengthening the South Sudan Nurses and Midwives Association.
  • Provided support to the National Ministry of Health, Republic of South Sudan and project partners in the coordination and implementation of project activities over the reporting period. Support and activities are in line with the approved JCONAM annual work plan.
  • Continued facilitation of interlinkages with UNFPA, MOH, IMC, and other stakeholders to guarantee quality assurance in the implementation of...
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Encouraging Visit by Dr. Martina Fuchs: Q3 2018

January 01, 2019 - 
  • Continued to boost hospital operations through in-kind donations.
  • Maintained a high-power generator (purchased and installed earlier this year) for RMF’s office on the premises of Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH), which can provide support to JTH, especially the main Operating Theatre when needed.
  • Continued to provide a top-up allowance for one public health officer to support RMF in JTH activities.
  • Continued to support the hospital’s human resource capacity by paying top-up allowances for eight midwives.
  • Maintained the efficient, prefabricated office space that we previously installed for the Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH) store and pharmaceutical officer next...
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CEO Dr. Martina Fuchs Encourages Team: Q3 2018

December 15, 2018 - 
  • RMF provided midwife kits to support Juba Teaching Hospital and other health facilities within South Sudan. This was made possible through our partnership with Direct Relief. JCONAM students benefit from this equipment during clinical practice at the facilities.
  • Continued RMF support of basic medical supplies and medications for students.
  • The two college tutors continued to supervise and mentor the nurses/midwives provided with Health eVillages preloaded tablets, which in turn has improved patient care in the facility, as healthcare professionals are able to do quick reference checks and provide health education using the devices.
  • Continued to support the consultative process in...
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An Update on Cholera: July-November 2018

December 05, 2018 - 
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