Among the Centre's patients: Safu and her girls.
On Wednesday 18 January, a delegation from the Carter Center visited our Paediatric Centre in Mayo, on the outskirts of Khartoum.
Hawa is 10 years old. Her story is very similar to the many we’ve become part of in Sudan and beyond.
Of all the children that visit, most have gastrointestinal or respiratory diseases, infections involving the eyes, ears and skin, intestinal parasites or malaria.
One of the main goals of each of our projects is continually training local colleagues, to transfer skills and create a positive impact on the country's healthcare system over time.
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