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In South Sudan, there are only two health training institutions that annually admit a total of 90 students out of over 2000 students who apply each year. These two institutes graduate an average total of 60 health professionals annually. This has resulted into low access to quality health care with user rates estimated at 0.19 professionals per person per year as compared to the recommended WHO of 2.3 therefore compromising the provision of the Basic Package of Health Services.
Kajo-Keji Health Training Institute trains students to become Medical Clinical Officers (Doctors) and Medical Laboratory Technologist (Doctors) to treat sick people in South Sudan. They treat sick people in their clinic at cost recovery and give health education to the communities free of cost.
There is a clear market need that is not being met in South Sudan for trained doctors, and clear unfilled demand for this training. Compared to the few other health training institutions in South Sudan, Kajo-Keji Health Training Institute’s costs are very low (about ⅕ the cost). Kajo-Keji Health Training Institute has trained 60 students, which have treated over 800 patients.
Louis is a graduate of Makerere University and has been a part-timer tutor in Arua College of Health Science-Uganda. 2009-2012 District Laboratory focal Person-Arua
Peter heads the tutors and the technical staff.
Louis has a Degree in Mental Health from Mbarara University of Science and Technology. He is also a registered Nurse Lacor school of Nursing.
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