Two South Sudanese Medical Students Honoured at a Traditional White Coat Ceremony at St George’s University in Grenada.

From left to right: Aguer Deng; Dr C.V. Rao, Dean of Students at St George’s University; Joseph Giir; and Dr Mayen Achiek, Dean of the College of Medicine at the University of Juba.

  10 April 2017 – Juba, South Sudan – Aguer Deng and Joseph Giir have made history by being the first two students from South Sudan to be accepted into the MD programme at St George’s University, Grenada. They began premedical coursework in 2014.  At the University’s symbolic White Coat Ceremony in Grenada earlier this year, they joined new medical […]

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My God and My country how far would a corruption and nepotism leads us?


By Dr Isaac Ayii Ayii (PhD), Jan 10, 2017(Nyamilepedia) ——- Imagine been put in a prison cell by someone who lost the case before the court and instead create the case of arrest through police using the rules and laws of a man of higher ranks and bribery, where is justice? , liberty and prosperity we so sing in our national […]

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Secretary’s Remarks: World AIDS Day 2016

HIV/ AIDS During Pregnancy....

Press Statement John Kerry Secretary of State Washington, DC Dec 1, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— On World AIDS Day, we commemorate the lives lost and communities devastated by HIV/AIDS. We also celebrate those lives that have been saved and the courageous individuals who have brought hope and healing to those living with and affected by this disease. Thirty-five years ago, the first […]

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World Health Organization Trained More Than 1000 Health Workers in South Sudan

The clinic in Old Fangak has treated 1800 cases this year. In newly independent South Sudan, deadly Kala Azar disease is still raging in some of the most remote areas lacking basic health services.

Nov 16, 2016(Nyamilepedia) ——– The World Health Organization has trained more than one thousand health workers in South Sudan on disease detection, outbreak investigation and response, the officials say. The USAID-funded initiative was carried out between 2015 and 2016 with an aim of “building the capacity for disease surveillance and response in South Sudan”.   [ad name=”Google Ads 03″] The trainees […]

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Torit Referral Hospital Runs Out of Drugs, Manpower Needs Immediate Rescue ~ Torit Authorities

Torit Referral Hospital Inpatients ward(Photo Credited:

Torit, South Sudan Nov 08,2016(Nyamilepedia) —–  Authorities in South Sudan’s newly created Imatong State calls for an urgent supplies of drugs and manpower to Torit State Referral Hospital. Speaking to Health Authorities in Torit State Referral Hospital they said there are shortages of manpower and drugs for both inpatients and outpatients, especially in maternity units for secure and safe delivery […]

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Cholera Kills 19 and infects more than 180 as Government blamed for slow response

A South Sudanese family washing their hands in accordance with Cholera prevention campaign.

June 24, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) — Acute Watery Diarrhea infections has killed more than 19 and left more than 180 hospitalised in South Sudan’s capital Juba. The government has been accused of slow response and for failing to raise awareness and declare a national emergency for Cholera which is believed to have started since 27th of May. Cholera is an acute infection that is caused […]

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