• Voices of Women

    Health

    South Sudan is one of the most challenging countries in the world for a child. Poor access to health services, a limited number of health workers ...

  • Nutrition In South Sudan

    Nutrition

    Over 75 percent of the population in rural and peri-urban areas in South Sudan rely on agriculture for their livelihoods...

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What Impact Health Organisation (IHO) does?

IHO is the leading nongovernmental Organisation saving lives by helping vulnerable communities achieve immediate and lasting change in order to manage and maintain their own health and well-being. In South Sudan, IHO through the support of your partners will implement live saving projects in the area of health, Nutrition and Water Sanitation Hygiene. We work closely with the Government to bridge the gap in service delivery, policy development etc. and as well build capacities CSO in South Sudan to improve the quality of life for all citizens.

Health

South Sudan is one of the most challenging countries in the world for a child.

Health

Poor access to health services, a limited number of health workers and lack of access to health services ...
 

Wash

Overview reports that 90% of South Sudan's population has no access to safe sanitation

Wash

Poor hygiene, inadequate access to clean drinking water, and lack of sanitation facilities cause millions of the people to die from preventable diseases each year,

Nutrition

Over 75 percent of the population in  South Sudan rely on agriculture

Nutrition

With the outbreak of conflict starting at the end of 2013, the country has seen large-scale displacement, loss of livelihoods and an economic crisis

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Work with us

Interested in working with IHO? Visit our Job opportunities page for more.

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