South Sudan: Armed Conflict Endangers Hundreds of Thousands of People
Clinics and hospitals have been attacked and raided leaving people injured and vulnerable to disease with nowhere else to turn.
The rainy season is increasing the danger of illnesses like malaria, and making it difficult to reach patients in remote areas. Doctors Without Borders medical teams are rushing in to help people most in need, performing emergency surgeries in nearby towns and even venturing into the swamps to provide first aid but we need to do much more to reach the thousands of people still in danger. Can we count on your support right now?
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