Welcome to the website dedicated to the Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan. Please feel free to take a look around: view pictures of the new maternal and child health building, and recent food deliveries. Learn about the medical needs in the village, and see how you can help improve maternal and child health services in Piol.
In 1987Jok Dau and Bol Aweng, two Lost Boys of Sudan, fled their village as six-year-olds, when it was attacked, bombed, and burned by government troops. While walking 1,500 miles to Ethiopia and then to Kenya, they survived attacks by government troops and wild animals, illness, and starvation. They spent fourteen years in refugee camps, then were resettled as refugees in Nashville, TN in 2001. They moved to Columbus, Ohio and graduated from The Ohio State University in 2009. They have a goal of improving maternal and child health in Piol, their village in South Sudan.
How to Help
Gifts from generous people like you will make a significant impact on the lives of people in the Piol village. The need for medical equipment and supplies is urgent. In the initial site visit in February 2010, one chief said "If you can help bring us health services, we will wait for God to bring us food". Your donation will provide maternal and child health services and hope to the impoverished village of Piol, South Sudan.
Bol Aweng Receives Citizenship Award Posted Nov 03, 2016
On October 8th, Bol Aweng received the Robert M. Duncan Alumni Citizenship Award , presented to alumni who have distinguished themselves in service to humanity and who have best exemplified the university’s motto, “Education for Citizenship” by having performed significant […]
Staff Housing and Latrines Completed Posted May 25, 2016
In March, construction was completed on staff housing. The cement block building includes two single rooms and a sitting room. Our contractor, Peter Mwenda completed the job on time and we are extremely pleased with the work of Peter and […]