Click Here to Donate Welcome to Sudan Medical Care Sudan Medical Care, (SMC) is a humanitarian charitable, non-profit, non-membership; Sudanese indigenous (NGO) registered in Kenya under the NGO act in 1993.and currently renewed its registration in 2009 with the Ministry of Legal affairs and Constitutional Development of Government of South Sudan and South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Commission-SSRRC in South Sudan under 2003 NGOs act. SMC mandate was an emergency primary health care programme, which was dynamically serving people of south Sudan. For the healing to begin, monumental efforts must be made to help restore the infrastructure and provide for basic human needs in the health sector. SMC mandate was an emergency primary health care programme, which was dynamically serving people of south Sudan. The primary health care mandate of SMC is to attract the Sudanese medical and others professionals abroad to provide the appropriate, efficient and cost-effective, yet culturally sensitive, basic health services and development to local communities, through working with local societal developmental groups in areas where international NGOs are not operational in south Sudan. The SMC came into being as a result of a vacuum created in 1992, when over ten thousand destitute children were suddenly abandoned in areas of Bor, Kapoeta, Torit and triple area of Aswa, Amee and Attepi due to Sudan Government forces attacks on the population. Inadequate or absence of basic health services to the war affected population of Kapoeta District in the first phase and area of Boma, Pibor, Pachalla and Bor in the second phase. Lack of trained basic health workers (Community Health Workers (CHWs)), mother child health unsensitized and unoriented communities to simple hygienic measures.