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The Salisbury – Sudan Link was established in 1972 between the
Salisbury Diocese and the Episcopal Church of Sudan. Over the years
this has developed in four focussed areas:
The Medical Link was set
up in 1983 and focuses on:
In South Sudan it covers an area from Wau
southward. This includes Yei, where there are strong links
with the Church Missionary Society, Ireland, which itself has
connections with the Winchester Hospital - Yei Link.
As the government administration in South
Sudan develops, it is anticipated that the contribution the Link
will change and their aim is to move:
It supports, for example, individuals on
the Maridi 3 year
Government Nurse training course and could support others e.g. in
Juba, if the case were made. It could also support teachers
from England who were seconded for a period of time to train
students in South Sudan.
Further information can be obtained from Dr
Robin Sadler, the Medical Adviser to the Link on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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