Kiwis For South Sudan

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Funding projects to improve health in South Sudan

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Kiwis for South Sudan seeks to improve the health of South Sudanese people by funding health activities, including treatment of sicknesses, training of health professionals and preventative health programs.

Projects are facilitated by our partners on the ground Jono and Destinee Macleod, who are doctors from New Zealand living in the town of Tonj, in the middle of South Sudan.

To find out more about South Sudan and their medical work there click on the video link

Follow them on facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/macleodsonamission

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Kiwis for South Sudan (KFSS) is a New Zealand based charity that seeks to improve the health of South Sudanese people by funding health related activities. The charity is run entirely by volunteers meaning every dollar donated goes toward projects in South Sudan. The board of directors in NZ between them have decades of experience in development work, management, marketing and medical work. KFSS primarlly fund projects run by their on the ground partners Jono & Destinee Macleod, who are medical doctors from New Zealand.


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