In response to the wave of displacement from Khartoum state due to the current events in the city of Wad Madani, the Sudanese American Physician Association (SAPA) in collaboration with the College of Medicine at Al Jazeera University have established a health center to provide essential care to displaced immigrants. Wad Madani is the second largest city in Sudan and it is where many Khartoum residents are fleeing to.
The center offers family medicine, gynecology, obstetric, and pediatric medicine services.
SAPA supports the operational cost of Halfa Hospital, located in northern state, the hospital visits has surged dramatically since the war erupted due to influx of people fleeing war zones in Khartoum.
SAPA is Supporting the operational cost of Saudi Hospital which is one of two hospitals providing maternity care in Omdurman-Khartoum.
Supporting and partially operating the specialized national centers in Madani, Al Jazeera state
This is the only hospital that provides emergency medical services for Children in war-torn state of Khartoum
Sudanese American Physicians Association is a scientific, professional, nonpartisan, and humanitarian membership-based organization for physicians and other medical professionals of Sudanese descent that live and work primarily within the United States of America. SAPA is a non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas.
Sudan's insecurity is set to deteriorate further with the onset of the rainy season. Having endured heightened clashes between Sudan's two warring generals, the Sudanese people must now find a way to survive the natural threat of rainfall.