South Sudan Villages Clinic


Founded: 2006

Clinic Opened: April 2019

Fidele Dhan, Founder​ - 

a 501(c)3 Organization


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May 5, 2019: Treating Burn Victims at our Clinic

Fidele Dhan’s motivation to open a clinic came during his 2006 journey back to the land of his birth:  “People kept coming to me all hours of the day and night; bringing their sick children to me, thinking that I graduated in medicine and that I could help them. I knew then that I cannot just wait until that day may occur. I need to do something now.”

Today Fidele's mission reached a milestone with the opening of the Clinic.  Now we need YOUR help to fund basic medical supplies, equipment and staff.  #give #love 

Celebrating the opening of South Sudan Villages Clinic - Koiyom Clinic in April 2019. Medicines have arrived and medical staff are busy. We have 2 Physician Assistants, 2 Nurses, 2 Midwives and support staff.  20,229 patient visits from April 2019 to February 2021. If this trend continues we will be the busiest medical clinic in the region. 

All 14 beds in the clinic are filled with patients suffering from Malaria or waterborne illnesses who are unable to return home.  We need additional medical supplies, simple hospital beds and electricity to provide basic life-saving care now. These villagers have no other medical care or access.   

Save a life.  Please make a donation today! #donate

April 2019:

Clinic Opens

Tragedy struck Korok East County on May 5, 2019 at 6: 00 PM.  Fire burned 4 villages killing 33 people and critically injuring dozens of other people.  The injured people were taken to South Sudan Villages Clinic in (Koyom) Korok East County, Aweil Hospital and Mayen Ulem clinic.  

At least 33 people, including children, died after four villages in Korok East County of Lol State caught fire Sunday, a local official said.

Lol’s Health Minister Mohammedain Abakar Mohammedain told Radio Tamazuj the fire outbreak also injured 61 people and destroyed homes.

The state minister pointed out that the inferno is suspected to have been intensified by strong winds. However, Abakar said they are still trying to establish the cause of the blaze.

News Coverage "Lol fire: At least 31 dead and many injured..."

News Coverage "Bush fire guts 4 villages, kills 33 in South Sudan..".