Among the Centre's patients: Safu and her girls
On Wednesday 18 January, a delegation from the Carter Center visited our Paediatric Centre in Mayo, on the outskirts of Khartoum.
Hawa is 10 years old. Her story is very similar to the many we’ve become part of in Sudan and beyond.
Of all the children that visit, most have gastrointestinal or respiratory diseases, infections involving the eyes, ears and skin, intestinal parasites or malaria.
One of the main goals of each of our projects is continually training local colleagues, to transfer skills and create a positive impact on the country's healthcare system over time.
At our Paediatric Centre in Port Sudan, the only hospital located in one of the poorest areas of the city, we offer free and high-quality care to children up to the age of 14.
We took this photo of him, on a beautiful, sunny day.
"The humanitarian situation in South Darfur is very difficult. A large part of the population lives in extreme poverty without access to basic health services. The high rate of malnutrition makes the needs of the youngest children increasingly urgent."
In early July 2021 began the second phase of our ‘Emergency initiative in support of the cardiology clinic at Orotta Hospital in Eritrea’. Located in the capital of Asmara, this is the country’s main public hospital.
Behind this logo are the over 11 million people we have treated, and all those we will treat.