Recent Reports

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South Sudan

An Update on Cholera: July-November 2018

December 05, 2018 - 
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South Sudan

RMF Founder and CEO Dr. Martina Fuchs Visits Field Sites: Q3 2018

November 18, 2018 - 
  • With additional support from OFDA, WFP, and UNICEF, our 12 existing Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) centers were maintained and continued to provide quality, lifesaving nutrition interventions.
  • With support from RMF headquarters, all our CMAM sites in both Ayod and Boma were fully funded in terms of operating costs throughout the reporting quarter.
  • Facilitated the maintenance of our CMAM sites in Ayod and Boma throughout the reporting quarter.
  • Supported the operations of all the nutrition centers in Ayod and Boma.
  • Facilitated the participation of RMF in the joint rapid response mechanism mission conducted...
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Minister of Health Visits College: Q2 2018

October 02, 2018 - 
  • Continued support of college human resources through payment of a South Sudanese national tutor’s salary.
  • Continued paying the monthly salary of a highly experienced, registered midwife who is heading the Maternity department of Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH) and mentoring students from JCONAM during their clinical practice at the hospital.
  • 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.
  • Continued coordination of RMF activities and participation in meetings/workshops together with NGOs...
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Six New Operating Sites Established: Q2 2018

October 01, 2018 - 
  • With additional support from OFDA, WFP, and UNICEF our existing Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) centers were maintained, while 6 additional malnutrition treatment and prevention centers were established, all providing quality, lifesaving nutrition interventions.
  • Facilitated the participation of RMF in the joint rapid response mechanism mission conducted by WFP and UNICEF in Ayod County during the reporting quarter.
  • Procured and provided adequate stationery for the OTP/SC/TSFP sites in Ayod and Boma. In addition, RMF fully procured and transported setup items using charter flights for the 6 new sites: 4 in Ayod and...
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Committed to Women and Children's Health: Q1 2018

June 11, 2018 - 

In September 2016, RMF entered into a partnership agreement with UNICEF to rejuvenate the primary healthcare centers in Gorwai (Ayod County) and Pibor (Pibor County) in order to provide quality MNCH (maternal, neonatal, and child health) and PMTCT (prevention of mother to child transmission) services for communities in need. Both health centers were rejuvenated and began providing these services in December 2016.

However, when UNICEF funding ended in July 2017, RMF was forced to limit our MNCH/PMTCT services to Pibor, and in February 2018, MNCH and PMTCT project operations ceased. RMF continues to provide nutrition services in both...

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Supporting Midwives, Tutors, and Trainers: Q1 2018

June 08, 2018 - 
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Purchasing New Materials to Enhance Care: Q1 2018

June 07, 2018 - 
  • Purchased and installed a high-power generator for RMF’s office on the premises of Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH), which can provide support to JTH when needed.
  • Donated one electric blood suction machine to support the hospital’s main operating theatre during operations.
  • Provided a top-up allowance for one public health officer to support RMF in JTH activities.
  • Funded the installation of a prefabricated office space for the Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH) Pharmaceutical unit, following a request placed by JTH administration after the displacement of the unit due to ongoing construction within the hospital.
  • Continued to support the hospital’s...
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Nutrition Staff Receive Mentorship and Training: Q1 2018

June 02, 2018 - 
  • With additional support from OFDA, WFP, and UNICEF, our Mogok CMAM center was able to scale up activities by opening two additional outreach centers for the management of under-5 SAM and MAM cases. This has widened access and uptake of the services.
  • With support from RMF headquarters, all our CMAM sites in Ayod and Boma were fully funded in terms of operating costs throughout the reporting quarter.
  • Facilitated the maintenance of our CMAM sites in Ayod and Boma throughout the reporting quarter.
  • Supported the operations of all nutrition centers in Ayod and Boma.
  • Continued to support the...
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1,730 Curative Consultations Provided: Q4 2017

February 22, 2018 - 
  • In collaboration with the Boma State Ministry of Health, RMF provided pharmaceuticals and consumables for Pibor PHCC (primary healthcare center).
  • RMF’s team facilitated and participated in a national immunization campaign targeting children under 5 years of age in Pibor County.
  • Procured and delivered an adequate amount of essential foodstuffs for RMF’s relocated staff (those recruited from Juba and deployed in Pibor), since basic commodities are not available in these areas.
  • Facilitated the transportation of pharmaceuticals and consumables to Pibor PHCC through regular UNHAS flights.
  • Facilitated in-country transportation of health staff from Pibor to Juba and back through regular UNHAS flights.
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30 Students Attend Special Training: Q4 2017

February 20, 2018 - 
  • Continued support of college human resources through payment of South Sudanese national tutor’s salary.
  • Continued paying the monthly salary of a highly experienced, registered midwife who is heading the Maternity department of Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH) and mentoring students from JCONAM during their clinical practice at the hospital.
  • 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...
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