Training & Education

Training & Education in South Sudan

The Juba Link believes that a key area of training is the development of postgraduate doctors to make them fit for practice within the context of the Republic of South Sudan.  The major need is to train doctors who can provide medical care and medical leadership at a community level.  This will enable these doctors to provide high quality care for the many and varied medical and surgical conditions that are seen in South Sudan.
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Juba School of Nursing & Midwifery

JCONAM opened its doors to the first intake of Registered Nursing and Midwifery students in May 2010. This is the first College in the Republic of South Sudan founded to award Diplomas in Midwifery and Nursing since The Sudan of which ROSS was a part until 9th July 2011, gained Independence from condominiums of Britain and Egypt on 1st January 1956.
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