More than 39,000 people live in the Mongalla Internally Displaced Persons’ camp; 10,000 are from the flooded village of Piol where the Buckeye Clinic began providing health care 12 years ago. As other NGOs leave the camp due to lack of funding, our Satellite Clinic has become the primary provider of care. Sustaining this care requires nearly $8,000 per month.
Our goal is to raise $100,000 beginning now and until we reach that goal in 2023. This will cover the anticipated 2023 operating expenses of $90,000 plus a little cushion for the unexpected. We will add any grant support for staff and operations to the appeal goal. Every donation large or small will help.
2023 Clinic Operating Expenses
Last updated Dec 02, 2022. Reflective only of funds raised in support of Clinic Operating Expenses since Nov 2, 2022.
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For over 10 years, the Buckeye Clinic has been registered with The Advance as a mission project. Members of The UMC and others who use The Advance as a platform for giving to global mission projects can donate to the Buckeye Clinic (Advance #3021282) by clicking the button below.
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The Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan
P.O. BOX 21794
Columbus, Ohio 43220
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