Latest News

  1. August 2019 Report

    In July the clinic was very busy because it was the malaria season. Here is a report we received from David: “It was very unfortunate; we have lost a girl of fourteen years old last week due to severe malaria…

  2. Summer Library Stories

    Come join us to hear Bol speak at your local library! Find dates and details in the image below.

  3. Summer News Update

    This spring the Buckeye Clinic finished several building projects for the clinic staff. New staff housing was a prior since the staff agreed to let the clinic use their former rooms for overnight services for patients. A dining hall and…

  4. More Growth and Summer Maintenance!

    After Peter competed building the staff tukals, dining hall, and kitchen (see previous post), he built a two-stall shower, an additional cell phone charging station with 120 new electric connections, installed an incinerator for medical waste, and installed two patient…

  5. New Buildings and Growing Clinic!

    When Bol Aweng, Jok Dau and Steve Walker were in Pan Piol in February 2018, the staff of the Patiou PHCU told us that if we built staff tukals, they would give up the cement block staff house to be…

  6. Thank you to the Sponsors of the Lost Boys’ Fun Run!
  7. April marks an important anniversary for the Clinic

    This month we are proud to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan being upgraded from a Primary Health Care Unit to a Primary Health Care Center. This designation by the South Sudanese Ministry of Health…

  8. Sign Up for the Lost Boys’ Fun Run!

    Hurry!  Beat the May 1st Price Increase for the Lost Boys’ Fun Run!

  9. Sponsor a Child in South Sudan for the Lost Boys’ Fun Run!

    Sponsor a Child (Click Here to Read More!)

  10. February was a busy month with 45 pregnant mothers receiving medical care at the clinic

    Chol Gheu Deng the medical laboratory technology staff at the Buckeye shared the February maternity report for the Buckeye Clinic.  There were 29 pregnant mothers who visited the clinic for the first time. This is great news because the earlier…