Yambio, 8th September 2017. Africa Medical Research of Education Foundation or AMREF is training doctors in Yambio, says Project Manager of Health Pool Fund.
The ten-day training is focusing on provision of quality health services, Radio Anisa reports.
Lou Eluzai says the training is for basic and comprehensive emergency for new born babies.
He says South Sudan is facing a major challenge of being one of the worst deaths of new born babies during birth.
Dr Eluzai reveals that the first thing to do now is to educate and protect mothers from maternal death.
He mentions antenatal care as one of the key procedures that protects pregnant women for safe delivery.
The training brought together medical personnel from different health facilities in Western Equatoria region to Yambio.