Midwives in South Sudan and Canada were matched by complimenary interests, goals and peronalities. This mentorship model was based on concepts of equity, sharing and respect.

Our Recent Activities

SSNAMA conference 4-7th May 2021

SSNAMA conference 4-7th May 2021

SSNAMA will be holding it’s 3rd annual conference both virtually and in-person! Read More >>>
International Day of Midwives & Nurses

International Day of Midwives & Nurses

The International Day of Midwives and International Nurses Day celebration was attended by over 600. Read More >>>
Career guidance at Loreto Girls boarding secondary school

Career Guidance at Loreto Girl’s Boarding Secondary School

A Career Guidance Training was conducted at Loreto Girl's Boarding Secondary School with over 300 girls in attendance. Read More >>>

SSNAMA Background

The South Sudan Nurses and Midwives Association was formed to raise the profile of nursing and midwifery in South Sudan and strengthen the provision of nursing and midwifery services in the new Republic. LEARN MORE >>>
“Nursing and Midwifery continue to be an integral part of healthcare services delivery in the world. In a country like South Sudan where human resource for health is still among the lowest in the world, the work that nurses and midwives do is key in providing health care to the communities.”
– Repent Khamis George, Chairperson, SSNAMA