Some 2,500 refugees from Sudan’s troubled South Kordofan state have arrived in the towns of Kodok and Lelo, in Fashoda and Malakal counties in South Sudan’s Upper Nile state, in need of humanitarian assistance.

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Giving birth can be risky in South Sudan’s Western Equatoria state, which has one of the world’s highest maternal mortality rates. To help make childbirth safer, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) midwives are working with traditional birth attendants (TBAs) in the area.

“What are the challenges that you are facing at home when you are conducting a delivery?” asks Aisha Akello, an MSF midwife during one session.

“Sometimes we see an arm coming out and we don’t know what to do,” answers one of TBAs.

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After recent fighting in the area, around 90,000 people are still unaccounted for and likely hiding the bush.

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Donate today to help Doctors Without Borders deliver lifesaving medical care in South Sudan, and other conflict zones around the world where people are trapped by violence.

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MSF Dr. Deirdre Lynch describes her experience in South Sudan's Batil camp, where MSF provides care to some 38,000 Sudanese refugees.

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Working with the South Sudanese Ministry of Health, MSF stemmed an outbreak of meningitis A and vaccinated over 130,000 people against the disease.

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Sudanese refugees are stranded at the center of complex political agendas that threaten to worsen their dire situation.

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MSF teams have initiated an innovative preventive cholera vaccination campaign in and around the refugee camps in Maban County.

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MSF is treating 13 patients in two health facilities in Upper Nile State following an attack in Jonglei State's Akobo County on February 8.

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MSF has been assisting refugees in South Sudan since November 2011, running field hospitals and providing supplies of clean drinking water and oral rehydration fluids.

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