In South Sudan, PSI collaborates with other non-governmental organization partners, the Ministry of Health and community volunteers to provide malaria testing, insecticide-treated nets and malaria treatment.
Our Presence in
PSI South Sudan
PSI South Sudan, established in 2008, complements the efforts of the Government of South Sudan to implement its Malaria Strategic Plan and the Boma Health Initiative for the control of the malaria epidemic. PSI South Sudan’s key interventions are vector control through mass insecticide-treated net campaigns; case management through testing and treatment at the community level; and provision of antimalarial medicines to the public sector.
In 2018, PSI provided 1,746,746 years of healthy life for the people of South Sudan, including:
insecticide-treated nets distributed
units of artemisinin-based combination therapy provided for malaria treatment
oral rehydration salts distributed
people reached with malaria tests
pneumonia treatments provided
children screened for acute malnutrition
We Focus On
PSI South Sudan partners with various non-governmental organizations to create mass campaigns that provide universal coverage of insecticide-treated nets in South Sudan. In addition, PSI South Sudan provides public health facilities with antimalarial drugs, conducts integrated community case management in two South Sudanese states and supports the National Malaria Control Program with measurement and evaluation, studies and trainings
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