Dr. Lo'diong Jackson
I was born in 1985 in Yei, Central Equatoria State, South Sudan. I lost my father to the Sudan civil war in 1989. When I was 7 years old, in 1992, my uncle took me to live with him in Khartoum where I started formal education. At school, the main language of instruction was Arabic until High School. As a boy, my dream was to become a doctor so that I can help people. To pursue my dream, I joined the medical school at the University of Juba in Khartoum in 2003. This was a difficult journey for me, but with the help and encouragement of my uncle I completed medical school in 2010.
Dr. Victor Sule
My family was displaced to Khartoum, Sudan in the early 1980s due to the civil war in South Sudan. I was born in 1985 and grew up in the internally displaced camps around Khartoum that host people of South Sudan decent. As a resident at an internally displaced camp, witnessed many people including family members suffer from malnutrition and preventable illnesses such as diarrhea and typhoid due to lack of proper nutrition and proper health services. These experiences motivated me to become a doctor where I can help the vulnerable in society specially children.
Robert Jansuk , Clinical Officer
Evans Lojuru, Clinical Officer
Lucy Acan, Charge Nurse
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