KAF South Sudan
KAF South Sudan is a non-profit and non-political community based organization for national engagement in ending Tuberculosis, KAF aims is to reduce the burden of tuberculosis among vulnerable communities in South Sudan in collaboration with the National Ministry of Health and other stakeholders. KAF was founded in 2017 by Philip Kuol Awou who suffered from Tuberculosis during Childhood. Because of total lack of medical services Kuol Awou suffer a TB complication, which eventually deformed his chest permanently. Currently, KAF has a country office at Juba with five coordination staffs. Our activities are funded by the Founder. KAF target the general population and High risk groups especially People living with HIV/AIDS,ChildrenPeople living in Congregated settings: Slums, Prisons, Military Barrack, IDPs/POC Camps Readmore…
TB-Free South Sudan with zero deaths, illnesses and poverty due to all forms of tuberculosis
Community base intervention
The Community-Based Tuberculosis control program aims to reduce the number of people at risk of developing Tuberculosis and to build the TB infrastructure among vulnerable groups while empowering diverse communities to take ownership of their health Readmore
Facility Based Approach:
Use existing health facilities to provide TB services. Make sure that most secondary health facilities are equip with TB diagnostic tools as well as drugs and qualify personnel.
School Based Approach:
We aim at improving TB education and other related health issues at the school level. The integration to the curriculum of TB will be our main priority.
Tuberculosis Control Program(Explain above)
WASH(Water, Hygiene and Sanitation)
- To achieve a rapid decline in the burden of TB (prevalence, incidence, and mortality) and work towards TB elimination in South Sudan in partnership with MoH, WHO, UNDP, local authorities, etc.
- Reduce suffering and improve psychosocial wellbeing of children and individuals affected by TB.
Ensure universal access to high-quality, patient-centered TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment services for South Sudanese with all forms of TB, regardless of geographic location, income, gender, age, religion, tribe or other affiliation