The London Conference for better health services in Southern Sudan Lecture Theatre 1, Sir Alexander Fleming Building. The Imperial College, South Kensington Campus. London. July 14 th & 15 th 2005 &
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The London Conference for better health services in Southern SudanLecture Theatre 1, Sir Alexander Fleming Building. The Imperial College, South Kensington Campus. London.July 14th & 15th 2005
The London International Conference To Start the Process for a Health Development Plan for Dar Fur, Sudan1st – 3rd March 2010Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS)
Prof. Mohamed Elfatih Baraka
Presented to SDU meeting 17.6.2012
British & American Friends of Southern Sudan (BAFOSS)The London Conference for better health services in Southern SudanLecture Theatre 1, Sir Alexander Fleming Building. The Imperial College, South Kensington Campus. London.July 14th & 15th 2005
“It is up to the North to make unity attractive to people in the south.”
that is what I have tried to do
Dr J.G. De Mabior vision when he addressed the people upon his return to Khartoum in 2005:
Community –based comprehensive health strategy for Southern Sudan.
HEALTH SYSTEM & HEALTH CARE IN FUTURE SUDAN:CASE STUDY OF SOUTHERN SUDAN
Dr. Mustafa Khogali
5. Enhance Community Participation at all level.
6. Review carefully the place of specialized vertical programs.
7. Establish a functional HIS.
8. Develop a research agenda.
Health Services in Southern Sudan
Where to start &
which way forward?
Prof Hassan Bella
College of Medicine
King Faisal University
“The day will come when nations will be judged
Not by their military or economic strength;
Nor by the splendour of their capital cities & buildings,
But by the well being of their people,
By their levels of health, nutrition & education,
By their opportunities to earn a fair reward for their labours,
By their ability to participate in the decisions that affect their lives,
By the respect that is shown for their civil & political liberties,
By the provision that is made for those who are vulnerable & disadvantaged, &
By the protection that is afforded to the growing minds & bodies of their children.”
Health in Post Conflict Southern SudanReasons for Hope _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Academy of Medical Sciences and Technology.
The London International Conference on the Establishment of Better Health Services in Southern Sudan.
London 14-15 July 2005
Where are the tsetse flies in Sudan?
Distribution of tsetse flies
(We have an excellent example in CDTI (oncho-control)
BAFOSS conference on establishment of
better health services in Southern Sudan
July 14 and 15 2005
A call to target infectious
and parasitic diseases
A. Fenwick, D. Molyneux and P. Hotez
Professor Alan Fenwick
Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology
Imperial College London
There are 13 Tropical Infections to be considered.
Imperial College London
4.2 billion people in 142 countries
Imperial College London
Addressing the Poverty Agenda
MDG 1: Eliminate extreme poverty and hunger
MDG 4: Reduce child mortality
MDG 5: Reduce maternal mortality
MDG 6:Combat HIV/AIDS,TB and Malaria and other diseases
MDG 8:Develop a global partnership for development
CONSTANTINE JERVASE YAK
Department of Surgery
Faculty of Medicine
The Academy of Medical Sciences & Technology
Khartoum - Sudan
HEALTH FACILITIES AND HEALTH MANPOWERIN THE SUDAN: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
The London International Conference on the Establishment of Better health services in Southern Sudan: July 14-15, 2005
Professor Ahmed Bayoumi:
DPH, MD, FFPHM, FACTM
Professor of Health Care Epidemiology
Medical and Research Centre (MRC)
Photo by: J.Ngondi
15th July 2005, London
By: Dr. Jeremiah Ngondi
OnchocerciasisControl in South Sudan
Dr Adrian D. Hopkins M.R.C.Ophth., D.O., D.T.M&H.
Dr Sansom Baba M.D., M,P.H.
Mr FasilChane. Ad Dipl: Env. Sc.
VISION 2020 A plan for blindness prevention in South Sudan
Dr Adrian D. Hopkins M.R.C.Ophth., D.O., D.T.M&H. Ms Marcia Zondervan R.N., D.T.M&H., D.C.E.H., M.B.A.Dr Sansom Baba M.D., M,P.H.
BAFOSS International Conference- London 14/7-15/7/2005
Post-conflict Response to HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Southern Sudan
Tribal Teeth ExtractionA Custom Prevalent Amongst the TheDinka & Neur Tribes
By Dr Lena Baraka BDS
Why attention to reproductive health is vital to the future of Sudan?
President & CEO
RAINBOHealth and Rights for African Women
A REALISTIC STRATEGIES FOR SHAPING HEALTHIER FUTURE OF SOUTHERN SUDAN: “CHALLENGE TO THE MEDICAL SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTH”.
PROFESSOR ELBAGIR ALI A. ELFAKI MBBS.FRCS.FRCSI.FACS.
Faculty of Medicine & Medical Sciences
UMM-Al-qura University , Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
A Floating Laboratory Along the White Nile
A recommendation from The BFOSS conference for the development of better health services in Southern Sudan. Held in London July 2005.
Welcome Floating Laboratory
And the personal envoy of Omar AlBashir, to the conference:
Announced that he will fund the project !!!
Rapid Responses published:
Establishment of better health services in Southern Sudan after the signing of the peace agreement
Mohamad Baraka, Mustafa Khogali and Alan Fenwick (15 August 2005)
The London International Conference To Start the Process for a Health Development Plan for Dar Fur, Sudan1st– 3rd March 2010Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS)
Special thanks to Dr Lillian Craig Harris OBE, Director of the UK-registered Sudanese NGO ‘TfS’, and her husband Mr Alan Goulty, (formerly British Ambassador in Sudan) for their valuable assistance in securing the prestigious venue (SOAS) for the conference.
Health Services for Population in/after Crisis
By: Dr. Omer ElhagSulieman
The impact of internal displacement (I.D) on mental health in Alginaina camps in Darfur. Sudan
Dr. Ibtisam .A.Ali, D.Manal M Hisain, D.Yosif. A. Alwahab
Health Impact of ERWs on Darfurian Civil Populations
JASMAR Human Security Organizationwww.jasmar.net
By : Dr. Hussein Elobeid
The Federal Ministry of Health and Darfur Health Care:Interventions, Challenges and Prospectspresented byDr.ElsheikhBadrThe London International Conference on Health Services in DarfurLondon SOAS, March 2010
Reproductive and Sexual Health in SudanThe Darfur Region
Professor Hamid Rushwan
International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO)
Obstetric Fistula Prevention and Treatment Services in DarfurSudan
Dr. Adam Salih
Associated professor of obstetric & gynecology
Director Fistula Centre North Darfur
Dr. John Kelly Fistula Surgeon (UK)
Dr. Ezizgeldi Hellenov
Sustainable development at grass
root level transforms village life in
Patricia Parker, MBE, Kids for
Towards Better Health Service and Healthier Future for Darfur.
Professor Elbagir Ali A. Elfaki
UMST. ALZAYTOUNA SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
The London International Conference
to Start the Process for a Health Development Plan for Darfur, Sudan
1- 3 March 2010
Some remarks concerning an adequate health and nutritional policy in Sudan
Zygmunt L. OSTROWSKI and Marie-Christine JOSSE