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Charitable support in Sudan
Transcript of Charitable support in Sudan
Dr E M SAID
From Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Once the largest and one of the most geographically diverse states in Africa.
Split into two countries in July 2011 after the people of the south voted for independence.
Today, is third largest country in Africa & the 16th largest country in the world.
Population (2012 est. includes the population of South Sudan): 40 mil.
Sudan has long been beset by conflicts
Two rounds of north-south civil war cost the
lives of 1.5 million people.
Continuing conflict in the western region of
Darfur has driven two million people from
their homes and killed more than 200,000.
Government state sector…struggling,
Spending on health is below the 9% level recommended by the WHO.
Private sector…very expensive & even in Khartoum State, only around a third of the population has health insurance.
Outside urban areas, very little health care is available.
UK based, Charitable non-profit organization, made up of Sudanese medical professionals whose aim is to deliver medical care and education to the people of Sudan.
Dedicated to identifying health problems in Sudan and delivering health care to those who most need it in rural areas.
The group conducted over 12 medical convoys covering most of the Sudan states.
To inspire medical charity for a Sudan with
access to quality health service & up to date
clinical education & training.
Medical Worshops (specialist medical treatment/ operations etc.)
Under and postgraduate teaching
Allied health professionals training and education
Provision of medical equipments and teaching materials to enhance medical education and professional development
Obs & Gynae
Obs & Gynae
Delivered medical assistance
Hands –on training for doctors and other health workers
Undergraduate training & postgraduate courses
Regular training courses in different medical specialties
Working closely with our colleague to provide help and guidance for running the health service locally
Endoscopy training workshops, basic and advance.
Hands on training for nurses & doctors
Lectures, seminars for nurses & doctor
Lack of structured training programmes for doctors and nurses.
Lack of nationally accepted clinical guidelines.
Lack of equipments and accessories, including scopes and decontamination & sterilization facilities.
Limited data collection, audit and validation and re-validation.
Training the trainer programmes adopting JAG model for training.
Endoscopes ,essential sterilization equipments and other accessories.
Collaborate for Development of national clinical guideline for endoscopy service.
Support software for data collection and audit
Sponsor doctors/ nurses for internships in UK
Further trip in May 2014.
Basic and advanced endoscopy training course
“un-used”, donated accessories.
Establish a training model/ centre