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Rose Poni-Gore | OMICS International
ISSN: 2161-0711

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Rose Poni-Gore

Department of Community Medicine, University of Juba/South Sudan, Juba, Sudan

Biography

Dr. Rose Poni Gore Andrea born in Nairobi-Kenya is currently working as Assistant Professor of Community Medicine in the Department of Community Medicine of University of Juba, South Sudan. She is an active Coordinator of HIV/AIDS, Consultant Physician of Tropical Medicine, Chairperson of National Certification Committee NCC for polio Eradication, Vice Chair of Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCM) for Global Funds to fight Malaria/TB/ HIV-AIDS (till January 2015) and Member of South Sudan National Research Council Steering Committee Member of board of Directors College of Nurse &Midwifery/ Juba.
Publications

Phenomena of Street Children Life in Juba, the Capital of South Sudan, a Problem Attributed to Long Civil War in Sudan

Introduction: In the recent years Juba the capital of South Sudan has been experiencing the problem of street children, a problem attributed to long civil war in the Sudan, current economic crisis and the current political conflict which started on 15th December 2013. According to UNICEF(Sweitzland 1983), a street child is “ Any girl or boy w... Read More»

Rose Poni-Gore, Richard Lado Loro, Emmanuel Oryem, Romanya Edi Iro, Wantok Bak Reec, Cecilia Namule Mundu and Malish Taban Christopher

Research Article: J Community Med Health Educ 5:356

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0711.1000356

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