Access to Health Care in South Sudan: A Qualitative Analysis of Health Pooled Fund supported counties

Study Report



Access and use of health services remain limited in South Sudan. It is estimated that only 44% of the population in South Sudan live within reach of health facilities and have consistent access to primary care services. This study was undertaken to investigate access to and utilisation of health care services in the counties supported by the HPF programme to enable the identification of priority areas for reducing morbidity, disability, and mortality in South Sudan.