South Sudan is one of the world’s most dangerous places to give birth – 789 women die per 100,000 live births. But RMF has been working to change that. In 2010, we co-founded South Sudan’s first accredited College of Nursing and Midwifery in Juba. Training a new generation of professionals is a critical part of rebuilding a health care infrastructure that had been decimated by more than two decades of civil strife and war. Our first class of newly minted diploma nurses and midwives graduated in August 2013.
RMF has partnered with UNICEF to bring our expertise in Malnutrition Treatment, Education and Outreach into one of the hardest hit areas of South Sudan, Jonglei State.
South Sudan’s first-ever accredited college of nursing and midwifery.
The only referral hospital in the whole country of South Sudan with an estimated population of 10.16 million.
Health eVillages has partnered with Real Medicine Foundation (RMF) to provide funding for a full-time physician and mobile health devices and applications to help combat the tragic mortality rate in South Sudan.
RMF is working to improve the health and wellbeing of communities in Ayod and Pibor counties by providing quality, integrated MNCH (maternal, neonatal, and child health) and PMTCT (prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV) services.