The revitalized peace agreement in South Sudan, the World’s youngest nation, provides a new impetus for rebuilding the country. Thus, there is a need for concerted efforts to strengthen the health system’s resilience towards attaining Universal Health Coverage (UHC) for the people of the country. In this regard, this special supplement highlights the successes and challenges of implementing key public health interventions in the country. The articles provide evidence for the rapid implementation of key recommendations aimed at attaining UHC in the country. The supplement is a collaboration between the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization, South Sudan.
Contact: Berta Kibebu Kinfu, World Health Organization South Sudan, Juba, South Sudan
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