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The past three decades have witnessed some impressive advances in leprosy control. However, challenges remain- continued delay in detecting new cases, persisting discrimination against people affected by leprosy and limited impact on transmission of leprosy infection.

Leprosy disease is still real in South Sudan. Few NGOs and Faith Based Organizations are still struggling to eliminate leprosy in the country.
Due to lack of skilled human resource, low leprosy integration in Primary Health Care and challenge of funding, implementers found out difficulties to reach unreachable people in their communities for health education, screening etc.

Achievement 2017

  • 280 of new leprosy cases detected and put on MDT
  • 125 of MCR shoes distributed
  • 662 vulnerable People affected with Leprosy benefitted from seeds for Agriculture.
  • 105 vulnerable People affected with Leprosy benefitted with tools and ploughs for Agriculture.