A summary video of the Sudanese American Physicians Association (SAPA)'s Effort since the war

Following the war in Sudan, the Sudanese American Physicians Association (SAPA) has played a vital role in rebuilding and transforming lives. With a committed team of doctors and healthcare professionals, SAPA has tirelessly worked to enhance healthcare access, deliver medical aid, and foster community resilience. Their efforts have significantly impacted the region, bringing about positive changes and improving the lives of many in Sudan.


Some of our major goals include:


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Our impact in Numbers.

COVID-19 has had a drastic effect on all our lives, but it has impacted the poor the most.  Sudanese American Physicians Association has been supporting COVID 19 Emergency Response, here’s some of our impact.

Emergency Response Data At A Glance

Sudan Medical Oxygen Capacity Increase

Families Supported during COVID Quarantine

States reached in PPE Distribution Campaign

New BiPAP Machines distributed during COVID

Triagee Tents Distributed for COVID-19 Medical care providers

Worth of Oxygen Cylinders donated to the Federal Ministry of Health, Sudan

Current Projects


Hospital Infrastructure

Oxygen generation plant to cover the state of Sinar and the neighboring states. Total cost: 132,000 USD. Impact: Covers the needs of the state of Sinar (more than 1million population) as well as part of the needs of Blue Nile state as well.


Medical supplies and medications shipment in collaboration with IMANA sent to Elgezira, Sinnar, Sinnar and White Nile states.
Total cost = 450,000 USD. Impact: will cover the needs of 20,000 people for 3 months.

Emergency Response

Kasala: vector control project to combat Hemorrhagic Fevers. Impact: Covering 30,000 houses. Total cost: 22,000 USD

A documentary video of the 4th GA meeting for the Sudanese American Physicians Association (SAPA)

On the fourth anniversary of SAPA, we are pleased to share this documentary video about SAPA’s 4th annual general assembly meeting, which was conducted in August 2022 at Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill.