The South Sudan Medical Journal exists to inform, educate and positively influence the development of Health Services in South Sudan.

The Journal is published quarterly in February, May, August and November.

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Current Edition: February 2020

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Vol 13 No 1 February 2020

EDITORIAL

Floods, conflicts and diseases: South Sudan’s triple tragedy Edward Eremugo Kenyi

Since July 2019 many parts of South Sudan has experienced heavy downpours that has led to flooding and displacement. Although floods do occur in these areas occasionally, the level it reached this time had never been seen before. 

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 
SPECIAL ISSUE ON MALARIA NOVEMBER 2020

SSMJ is making a call for submissions for a jumbo special issue of the journal dedicated to discussing malaria in November 2020. See details here

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