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At its heart, primary health care is about caring for people, rather than simply treating specific diseases or conditions.
PHC is usually the first point of contact people have with the health care system. It provides comprehensive, accessible, community-based care that meets the health needs of individuals throughout their life. PHC is made up of three main areas: empowered people and communities; multi-sectoral policy and action; and primary care and essential public health functions as the core of integrated health services. The post conflict South Sudan has huge challenges in delivering health care to the population. The challenges include: crippled health infrastructures, nearly collapsed public health system and inadequate qualified health professionals. The health system needs a major resuscitation, in addition to supporting and developing health training institutions. 
As has been the case in the previous years, even in 2018, AAA has continued to support the Ministry of Health (MoH) to improve the health of the population through seeking funds from donors to provide staff, secondary drugs and medical supplies and to deliver direct services in primary health care facilities, hospitals and in the community.

Achievements 2018

  • 51,311of patients received treatment in OPD.
  • 2,312 of patients received treatment in IPD.
  • 1,721of pregnant mothers attended ANC.
  • 1,328 of children vaccinated.