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A day in a maternity clinic in Juba

A day in our maternity clinic in Juba

Lifesaving maternity care for mothers and babies in South Sudan

Health workers|Maternity|Safe births

  • A mother gets registered for her antenatal consultation at our one of our reproductive health clinics in Juba.
    A mother gets registered for her antenatal consultation at our one of our reproductive health clinics in Juba.
  • A midwife talks with a pregnant patient as part of the antenatal care she will receive at the clinic.
    A midwife talks with a pregnant patient as part of the antenatal care she will receive at the clinic.
  • Patients await registration at the reproductive health clinic in Juba.
    Patients await registration at the reproductive health clinic in Juba.
  • Nurse midwife, Stephen, explains the use of medication given to a patient at our reproductive health clinic in Tomping, Juba.
    Nurse midwife, Stephen, explains the use of medication given to a patient at our reproductive health clinic in Tomping, Juba.
  • Health educators and midwives teach pregnant women and mothers about the importance of antenatal and post natal care
    Health educators and midwives teach pregnant women and mothers about the importance of antenatal and post natal care
  • Nyawal (16, left) and Nyabana (10, right) are proud sisters of their newborn baby brother resting on the bed behind them in our Juba clinic South Sudan.
    Nyawal (16, left) and Nyabana (10, right) are proud sisters of their newborn baby brother resting on the bed behind them in our Juba clinic South Sudan.
  • International Medical Corps’ WHO-supported operating theatre has begun receiving patients and will be equipped for perform comprehensive emergency obstetric care
    International Medical Corps’ WHO-supported operating theatre has begun receiving patients and will be equipped for perform comprehensive emergency obstetric care
  • Aged 17, Ruth works as a registrar at International Medical Corps' women's health clinics
    Aged 17, Ruth works as a registrar at International Medical Corps' women's health clinics
  • This little one rests on her mother’s lap at one of International Medical Corps’ women’s health and mother care classes in Juba.
    This little one rests on her mother’s lap at one of International Medical Corps’ women’s health and mother care classes in Juba.
  • A mother gets registered for her antenatal consultation at our one of our reproductive health clinics in Juba.
  • A midwife talks with a pregnant patient as part of the antenatal care she will receive at the clinic.
  • Patients await registration at the reproductive health clinic in Juba.
  • Nurse midwife, Stephen, explains the use of medication given to a patient at our reproductive health clinic in Tomping, Juba.
  • Health educators and midwives teach pregnant women and mothers about the importance of antenatal and post natal care
  • Nyawal (16, left) and Nyabana (10, right) are proud sisters of their newborn baby brother resting on the bed behind them in our Juba clinic South Sudan.
  • International Medical Corps’ WHO-supported operating theatre has begun receiving patients and will be equipped for perform comprehensive emergency obstetric care
  • Aged 17, Ruth works as a registrar at International Medical Corps' women's health clinics
  • This little one rests on her mother’s lap at one of International Medical Corps’ women’s health and mother care classes in Juba.

 

Take a look inside our maternity clinic in Juba, South Sudan which provides life saving reproductive health care to mothers and their families.

These women have been forced to flee their homes to the safety of the UN camp because of inter-communal violence across the country.

More than 33,000 internally displaced people are living in camps around Juba.


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