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South Sudan Leprosy Camp Finally Gets Aid

The U.S.-based World Outreach Ministry Foundation has distributed thousands of relief items to South Sudanese living in a leprosy isolation camp in Bor County’s Malek Village, located in Jonglei state. The 150 patients at the camp say for the past two years they have received no humanitarian aid because insecurity has prevented workers from accessing the area. The camp, known in the local Dinka language as Pan ne Koch-Lojik, was set up in the late 1960s to host people suffering from...

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