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Our Achievments

The Healing Kadi Foundation (HKF) has achieved remarkable milestones, showcasing its dedication to addressing healthcare needs and fostering positive change in the communities it serves. Some of our most important accomplishments include:

Establishment of Healthcare Facilities: HKF successfully established outpatient clinics in South Sudan, providing comprehensive medical services to over 350,000 individuals since 2013. These clinics serve as vital resources, delivering essential medical consultations, treatments, and preventive care to underserved populations.

Clean Water Provision: Recognizing the importance of clean water for overall health, HKF has implemented initiatives to provide clean water to the clinic and the surrounding villages. This critical intervention ensures that communities have access to safe drinking water, reducing the risk of waterborne diseases and promoting better health outcomes.

24/7 Availability of Power: To enhance emergency services and medical care, HKF has ensured the availability of continuous power supply to the clinic. This vital provision enables the clinic to operate effectively day and night, offering timely and lifesaving emergency services to those in need.

Training Healthcare Professionals: HKF is committed to building local healthcare capacity. To achieve this, the foundation has provided training opportunities for medical professionals. Specifically, HKF has trained three doctors, four nurses, two laboratory technicians, and continues to support the education of several more individuals currently enrolled in medical school. This investment in training helps to address the shortage of qualified healthcare personnel in the region.

Emergency Medical Transport Vehicle: Recognizing the importance of swift medical intervention, HKF has acquired an emergency medical transport vehicle. This dedicated vehicle allows for the efficient and timely transportation of patients requiring urgent medical attention, ensuring they receive the necessary care in a timely manner.

These achievements exemplify the Healing Kadi Foundation’s profound commitment to improving healthcare access and services. By establishing a comprehensive outpatient clinic, providing clean water, ensuring continuous power supply, training healthcare professionals, and acquiring emergency medical transport, HKF has made tangible and lasting contributions to the well-being of the communities it serves. Through these milestones, the foundation continues to demonstrate its unwavering dedication to addressing healthcare needs and positively impacting the lives of individuals in South Sudan. As well as these major accomplishments, below is a timeline of all our accomplishments throughout the years:


  • March: First medical mission to Kajo Keji, South Sudan, conducted by a 17-member team from Covenant Presbyterian Church.


  • The Healing Kadi Foundation (HKF) was established to provide sustainable healthcare in South Sudan.
  • March 2008: Dr. Joseph Dumba, Pastor Jeremy Grant, and Mr. Wayne Naro explore the possibility of regular mission trips and building a hospital, leading to the establishment of HKF.


  • January: HKF receives a $100,000 grant, allowing the purchase of three Clinic-In-Can structures to establish the first modern clinic in Kajo Keji, South Sudan.
  • January: HKF is granted 501(c)3 status by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS).


  • July: Three Clinic-In-Can structures are delivered to Omaha, Nebraska.


  • HKF establishes and operates an outpatient clinic in Kajo Keji, South Sudan, providing year-round treatment and training to local students in the medical professions.


  • March: Three Clinic-In-Can structures depart from the Port of New York for their journey to Kajo Keji, South Sudan.
  • July: Three Clinic-In-Can structures are unloaded onto foundations in Kajo Keji, South Sudan.


  • February: Three Clinic-In-Can structures become operational in Kajo Keji, South Sudan.
  • June: The Marilyn Miller Memorial Clinic is dedicated in Kajo-Keji County, South Sudan.
  • July: Julie Cornell’s “Mission to Africa” documentary, featuring HKF, wins the National Edward R. Murrow award and an Emmy.


  • October: HKF completes the installation of a water tank to ensure a constant supply of clean water at the Marilyn Miller clinic.
  • November: HKF sends containers filled with building materials to Kajo Keji, South Sudan.


  • October: Dr. Lo’diong Jackson, HKF Medical Director in South Sudan, spends six weeks of medical training in the United States.
  • December: HKF launches a $500,000 fundraising campaign to build the first pediatric hospital in South Sudan.


  • September: HKF breaks ground on the construction of a pediatric hospital in Kajo Keji, South Sudan.


  • HKF establishes a mobile clinic to serve South Sudanese refugees in Uganda.
  • March: HKF receives a permit from the government of Uganda to provide medical services to refugees in Moyo district, Uganda, and orphans in Adjumani district, Uganda.
  • February: A $200,000 grant is approved by the Juba Rotary Club for delivering clean treated water to the pediatric hospital and surrounding community through a partnership between HKF and Aqua-Africa.
  • December: Insecticide-treated mosquito nets are distributed to beneficiaries, including children, pregnant and lactating mothers, and children in orphanages.


  • HKF receives a Certificate of Registration from the Uganda government, recognizing it as an International Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and allowing extended services to refugees across Uganda.
  • Huts are constructed near the clinic in the refugee camps for doctors and nurses to live in.


  • HKF receives the “Permit to Operate an Organization” in Northern Uganda from the National Bureau in Uganda.
  • Various staff members complete training in pediatrics, internal medicine, and laboratory skills.
  • The clinic upgrades its lab with a small solar unit for microscopy and a portable ultrasound.
  • The clinic sees a record number of patients, with a total of 35,235 treated.


  • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, travel restrictions are imposed, and the planned medical mission trip for June is canceled.
  • HKF raises funds for the continued training of staff members to update their skills.

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