Introduction: This study aims to determine the unmatched
Public Health Humanitarian Emergencies Context with recurrently outdated methods
of response -South Sudan is used as a case study. With specific objective: to increases
the support for vital, approach in Public health activities in humanitarian emergencies
and ascertain new ways of delivering Public health activities in humanitarian emergencies
Methodology: The study, was secondary research to track
down useful existing published information and a review of the secondary literature
on Public health activities in humanitarian emergencies, the principle investigator
summaries the articles from South Sudan NGOs forum, BioMed central , Web of Science
(2005- 2017) and PubMed (2005- 2017).
Results: South Sudan reported the highest Humanitarian
access incidence in the region, most frequent report in 2017, (101) in August 2017
laterally, and most implicate violence against humanitarian workers and properties.
Evidence indicate South Sudan is not receiving enough support and appropriate global
focused, due jeopardy, that lead to losing more humanitarian support. Yet, it’s
not the humanitarian agencies that’s going to solve the Public health humanitarian
emergencies in South Sudan, than the political will and support.
Conclusion: South Sudan situation cannot be put in to
one box, because it has many vigorous, therefore need different approaches and interventions.
The study recommends that improved data are imperative towards supporting inter-sectorial
work in addressing Public health care needs of the persons of concern to Humanitarian
Keywords: Complex emergency, humanitarian, Health Information System (HIS)
– Public health -0 persons of concern to Humanitarian agencies.
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