Malakal

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, providing health services to people displaced by the war. Operations have since grown dramatically, and ARC now operates an integrated program of health care, water and sanitation, and microenterprise development for war-affected residents and returning refugees. Since 2006, ARC has been implementing a major, long-term initiative to expand comprehensive reproductive health care services in Southern Sudan. ARC has recently initiated the Through Our Eyes project in southern Sudan, using hands


world speed

by a SA-7 while taking off from Aweil Sudan, killing the four crew on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. * August 11 – A Westland Lynx fitted with special composite rotor blades sets a new helicopter world speed record of 249.09 mph (400.87 km h) over a wikipedia:Malakal


field news

been providing necessary medical supplies to hospitals and training Sudanese health professionals to help them deal with Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010)field-news - Sudan: MSF to Open Additional Kala Azar Treatment Site in Upper Nile State '''MSF'' Retrieved 20 September 2011 MSF, Sudanese Ministry of Health and other national and international institutions are combining efforts

to improve on the treatment and diagnosis of Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010)field-news -Sudan: MSF Opens a Kala Azar Treatment Center in Eastern Atbara Region '''MSF''' Retrieved 20 September 2011 Research on its cures and vaccines are currently being conducted. In December 2010, South Sudan is hit with the worst outbreak of Kala-Azar


commercial support

Limited , and the commercial support of Sudan Railways. The first scheduled operations were launched in July 1947. ref name "Profile" >


title friendship

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"wikitable" '''Wau Trends''' - ! style "background:#efefef;" Year ! style "background:#efefef;" Population - 1983 style "text-align:right;" 33,750 - 1993 style "text-align:right;" 72,000 - 2005 style "text-align:right;" 129,620 - 2008 style "text-align:right;" 126,500 - 2010 style "text-align:right;" 139,450 Points of interest


speed record

by a SA-7 while taking off from Aweil Sudan, killing the four crew on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. * August 11 – A Westland Lynx fitted with special composite rotor blades sets a new helicopter world speed record of 249.09 mph (400.87 km h) over a course. Donald, David, ed., ''The Complete Encyclopedia


strong family

in 2006–10 and Beyond, HSBA-Small Arms Survey, Working Paper 23, November 2010, p.23 'Aside from regular SAF units in locations such as Malakal and Bor (Bor, South Sudan), many of the SAF elements of the JIUs hail from the areas where they are serving and have strong family ties in these locations. As with the SPLA components, integration into the SPLA or increased incentives to demobilize are the only options the SAF components are likely to consider—movement north being out of the question.' Using a SA-7, the Sudan People's Liberation Army shot down a Sudan Airways Fokker F-27 Friendship 400M (Fokker F27 Friendship) taking off from Malakal on 16 August 1986, killing all 60 on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. On 21 December 1989, an Aviation Sans Frontières Britten-Norman BN-2A-9 Islander (Britten-Norman Islander) (F-OGSM) was shot down by a SA-7 while taking off from Aweil Sudan, killing the four crew on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. * August 11 – A Westland Lynx fitted with special composite rotor blades sets a new helicopter world speed record of 249.09 mph (400.87 km h) over a wikipedia:Malakal


free treatment

, has been one of the major health problems in Sudan. In March 2010, MSF set up its first Kala-Azar treatment centre in Eastern Sudan, providing free treatment for this otherwise deadly disease. If left untreated, there is a fatality rate of 99% within 1–4 months of infection. MSF Press release (2010) - Southern Sudan in Grips of Worst Disease Outbreak in Eight Years'''MSF''' Retrieved 20 September 2011 Since the treatment centre was set up, MSF has cured more than 27,000 Kala-Azar patients with a success rate of approximately 90-95%. MSF Article (2010) - Médecins Sans Frontières South Sudan ''MSF''' Retrieved 20 September 2011 There are plans to open an additional Kala-Azar treatment centre in Malakal, Southern Sudan to cope with the overwhelming number of patients that are seeking treatment. MSF has been providing necessary medical supplies to hospitals and training Sudanese health professionals to help them deal with Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010) - Sudan: MSF to Open Additional Kala Azar Treatment Site in Upper Nile State '''MSF'' Retrieved 20 September 2011 MSF, Sudanese Ministry of Health and other national and international institutions are combining efforts to improve on the treatment and diagnosis of Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010) -Sudan: MSF Opens a Kala Azar Treatment Center in Eastern Atbara Region '''MSF''' Retrieved 20 September 2011 Research on its cures and vaccines are currently being conducted. In December 2010, South Sudan is hit with the worst outbreak of Kala-Azar in eight years. The number of patients seeking treatment increased eight-fold as compared to the year before. Following the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (Naivasha Agreement) which ended the second civil war, the Sudanese Armed Forces formed joint military units with the Sudanese People's Liberation Army. These units, the Joint Integrated Units, were commanded by Major General Thomas Cirillo Swaka. With the probable dissolution of the JIUs following the Southern Sudanese independence referendum, 2011, the SPLA components are expected to be either integrated back into the SPLA or be demobilised. The SPLA components however are a lesser concern than the SAF components. Many of the SAF JIU personnel are former militia ('Other Armed Groups' or OAGs) who were 'aligned' rather than being formally 'incorporated' within the northern army. Richard Rands, In Need of Review: SPLA Transformation in 2006–10 and Beyond, HSBA-Small Arms Survey, Working Paper 23, November 2010, p.23 'Aside from regular SAF units in locations such as Malakal and Bor (Bor, South Sudan), many of the SAF elements of the JIUs hail from the areas where they are serving and have strong family ties in these locations. As with the SPLA components, integration into the SPLA or increased incentives to demobilize are the only options the SAF components are likely to consider—movement north being out of the question.' Using a SA-7, the Sudan People's Liberation Army shot down a Sudan Airways Fokker F-27 Friendship 400M (Fokker F27 Friendship) taking off from Malakal on 16 August 1986, killing all 60 on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. On 21 December 1989, an Aviation Sans Frontières Britten-Norman BN-2A-9 Islander (Britten-Norman Islander) (F-OGSM) was shot down by a SA-7 while taking off from Aweil Sudan, killing the four crew on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. * August 11 – A Westland Lynx fitted with special composite rotor blades sets a new helicopter world speed record of 249.09 mph (400.87 km h) over a wikipedia:Malakal


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been providing necessary medical supplies to hospitals and training Sudanese health professionals to help them deal with Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010) - Sudan: MSF to Open Additional Kala Azar Treatment Site in Upper Nile State '''MSF'' Retrieved 20 September 2011 MSF, Sudanese Ministry of Health and other national and international institutions are combining efforts

to improve on the treatment and diagnosis of Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010) -Sudan: MSF Opens a Kala Azar Treatment Center in Eastern Atbara Region '''MSF''' Retrieved 20 September 2011 Research on its cures and vaccines are currently being conducted. In December 2010, South Sudan is hit with the worst outbreak of Kala-Azar in eight years. The number of patients seeking treatment increased eight-fold as compared to the year before. Following the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (Naivasha Agreement) which ended the second civil war, the Sudanese Armed Forces formed joint military units with the Sudanese People's Liberation Army. These units, the Joint Integrated Units, were commanded by Major General Thomas Cirillo Swaka. With the probable dissolution of the JIUs following the Southern Sudanese independence referendum, 2011, the SPLA components are expected to be either integrated back into the SPLA or be demobilised. The SPLA components however are a lesser concern than the SAF components. Many of the SAF JIU personnel are former militia ('Other Armed Groups' or OAGs) who were 'aligned' rather than being formally 'incorporated' within the northern army. Richard Rands, In Need of Review: SPLA Transformation in 2006–10 and Beyond, HSBA-Small Arms Survey, Working Paper 23, November 2010, p.23 'Aside from regular SAF units in locations such as Malakal and Bor (Bor, South Sudan), many of the SAF elements of the JIUs hail from the areas where they are serving and have strong family ties in these locations. As with the SPLA components, integration into the SPLA or increased incentives to demobilize are the only options the SAF components are likely to consider—movement north being out of the question.' Using a SA-7, the Sudan People's Liberation Army shot down a Sudan Airways Fokker F-27 Friendship 400M (Fokker F27 Friendship) taking off from Malakal on 16 August 1986, killing all 60 on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. On 21 December 1989, an Aviation Sans Frontières Britten-Norman BN-2A-9 Islander (Britten-Norman Islander) (F-OGSM) was shot down by a SA-7 while taking off from Aweil Sudan, killing the four crew on board. Criminal Occurrence description Retrieved 4 October 2011. * August 11 – A Westland Lynx fitted with special composite rotor blades sets a new helicopter world speed record of 249.09 mph (400.87 km h) over a wikipedia:Malakal

Malakal

'''Malakal''' ( ) is a city in South Sudan.

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