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South Sudan

Since 2006, we've worked with our partners in South Sudan to improve access to HIV-related services and expand high-quality medical care for people living with HIV.

As peace and stability remain elusive in South Sudan, we're collaborating with the Ministry of Health, the St. Bakhita Health Centre, Save the Children, local agencies, and our other partners, to prevent a spike in new HIV infections and reach more people in need in the states of Central Equatoria and Eastern Equatoria.


Key Results

132,000 people counseled and tested for HIV at 31 health facilities.
1,000 women received antiretroviral therapy to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission.
275,000 people educated about HIV.

Selected Achievements

Provided HIV testing and counseling services to 132,000+ people at 31 health facilities in South Sudan.

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Educated 275,000+ people in South Sudan about HIV prevention.

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Trained 85 state M&E directors, county M&E officers, state statisticians, data clerks, and facility supervisors in South Sudan to manage HIV data, including collection, analysis, interpretation, and use.

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Empowered women who live with HIV in South Sudan through mentor-mother support groups that offer safe spaces, microfinancing opportunities, and strong links to health services, and encourage more couples to seek testing and counseling together.

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Provided HIV services to 500+ sex workers in South Sudan by reaching out to brothels and lodges, training peer educators, providing contraceptives, offering testing and counseling for HIV and syphilis, and enrolling workers in the appropriate treatment.

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