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The Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) is a World Health Organization program with the goal to make vaccines available to all children.  Because the current South Sudanese Government and IMA World Health have limited capacity (e.g., health workers have not […]

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On Saturday, February 25 the Buckeye Clinic continued to respond to the food shortage in Piol, South Sudan.  Flooding damaged most of the crops this year, so the Buckeye Clinic has continued to provide food.  A total 13,795 pounds of […]

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On Wednesday December 16, 2016 Bol Aweng participated in the dedication of his art honoring students and advisors of Strides 4 South Sudan Club (S4SS) at Upper Arlington High school.  The painting honors the students who through a Service Learning […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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In May, 26,290 pounds of rice, beans, corn flour, salt, sugar, and cooking oil was distributed to almost 7,000 people.  Because of the food deliveries at the Buckeye Clinic, it is estimated that 65% of the people who fled the […]

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March Food Delivery Posted March 31, 2016

In March, 17,500 pounds of rice, beans, corn flour, salt, sugar, and cooking oil was distributed to over 6,000 people from the Piol area.  Jok Dau, co founder of the Buckeye Clinic was able to be in Piol to assist […]

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Staff housing construction begins Posted February 26, 2016

In January construction began on staff housing at the Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan.  The foundation and walls are up and the roof is being started.  The project should be completed by mid March.  When completed the new housing will […]

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Clinic Garden Growth Update Posted November 1, 2015

The garden inside the fence at the Buckeye Clinic is beginning to produce a harvest.  A huge crop of peanuts has recently harvested.  Corn, okra, sesame, and onions will be ready soon.  The $800 worth of seeds we purchased for […]

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