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Since South Sudan’s inception in 2012, we’ve helped rebuild health services for all.

  • More than 184,000 South Sudanese learned their HIV status through HIV testing services at Jhpiego-supported facilities across the country, and over 7,000 people were linked to lifesaving antiretroviral therapy through Jhpiego’s programming, with Jhpiego-supported community health workers supporting lifelong adherence and ensuring patients lost to follow-up were identified and returned to care.
  • Jhpiego supported the study and scale-up of postpartum hemorrhage prevention via advance distribution of misoprostol (a medicine to prevent severe bleeding after birth) for self-administration at home births, as well as clean and safe delivery at facilities, resulting in more than 31,000 women receiving treatment to prevent severe bleeding after birth.
  • Jhpiego provided essential HIV services for communities displaced by conflict, through service delivery in the Protection of Civilians sites in Juba. In this community, over 10,200 individuals received an HIV test, including almost 2,100 women in antenatal care.

Our Technical Areas in South Sudan

Our Work in South Sudan

ACHIEVE is a five-year global project led by Pact and funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development to reach and sustain HIV epidemic control among pregnant and breastfeeding women, adolescents, infants and children. The project is implemented by a Pact-led consortium that includes Jhpiego, Palladium, No Means No Worldwide and WI-HER. ACHIEVE South Sudan is designed to bridge South Sudan’s pediatric HIV treatment cascade gap, ensuring sustained viral suppression and safeguarding the future of HIV-infected and other PEPFAR high-priority children including more than 3,900 orphans and vulnerable children and more than 4,000 adolescents girls and young women.