Gifts from generous people like you will make a significant impact on the lives of people in Piol village. The need for medical services 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 the following medical services and hope to this impoverished village:

$50 One month of laboratory supplies
$75 Blood Pressure machine
$100 Sheets and pillows for the maternity ward
$500 Medical equipment for the exam/delivery room
$1,000 Air transportation of medical equipment and supplies from Kenya
$2,000 Maternity room furnishings and equipment
$5,000 Microscope and centrifuge for laboratory
$10,000 Salary for a nurse/midwife for one year

During 2015, donations were used for construction of a fence surrounding the clinic compound, seeds for the garden, the Emergency Medical Transport, a cell phone charging station, and distribution of 56,000 pounds of food for the people of Piol.

The Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization and all contributions are tax deductible.  To make a contribution:

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Donate by Mail:
Mail checks* to:
The Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan
P.O. BOX 21794
Columbus, Ohio 43221-0794

*Make checks payable to The Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan

In March 2011, the The Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan was approved as an Advance Special (Advance # 3021282) by the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church. This network of approved projects has given the clinic national exposure and creates the opportunity for United Methodist Churches and members to contribute. Donations have been received from the District of Columbia and cities in ten states.