Help Eradicate Cholera in Luacjang

Help the Community of Luacjang in Tonj State, South Sudan to eradicate Cholera Outbreak
On behalf of Luacjang community in Australia and other diaspora countries, Luacjang community are appealing for a support from general public regarding recent pandemic outbreak of cholera  in Luacjang community, in South Sudan, 2017. The cholera has left a devastated effect to the Luacjang community in South Sudan and abroad.  Due to severe lack of economic development and infrastructure in Luacjang areas, the most affected regions were pastoral lands whereby many people keeps cattle for living.  However, village areas were affected by cholera outbreak with suspecting of  contaminated waterway and environmental pollution.
As reported, the outbreak of acute watery diarrhoea was discovered when the news break to the community of Laucjang across the globe due to huge tragic loss of hundred lives and victims hospitalised as result of cholera virus.  There were no clinics or treatment facilities in affected areas of cholera outbreak, leaving those affected to be carried physically miles away due to lack of transportation and immediate medical attention.  Tragically, there were many confirmed cases of deaths from cholera outbreak which many victims reportedly died while being transported on-route to be rescued.   Tragically, the cholera outbreak has then left a huge vacuum in any future preventive efforts to eradicate cholera outbreak. From today, we still have ongoing cases of cholera, let alone families and community members who continued to mourned for the lost loved ones.  Therefore, there is a fear of a major return similar cholera pandemic reported in 2017, as no proper health facilities and intervention in place since the large outbreak. 
Chorea is preventable disease, therefore we are appealing to the greater publics, partners and community members to assist Luacjang community raise funds  to improve on general sanitation measures of cholera prevention efforts, such as clean waterway and waste management processes, as well as medical supplies.  The primary objective is to educate cholera in affected areas.  
Laucjang community in Victoria and in other diaspora countries appeals to public to support  affected Luacjang community in South Sudan for the following actions.
-  Build a health clinic in Luacjang, especially affected areas , as there are no facilities.

- To equip medical officers with adequate medical supplies, sanitary equipments,  and education effort to educate public on cholera eradication.

- To increase essential medicines and glucose drips (dextrose), nutritional food products to support victims in any outbreak occurrences, especially children and elderly.
When cases of cholera outbreak occurs,  the most vulnerable victims are the ones with low immune system and malnutrition, frail sufferers such as children, pregnant women and elderly in greater risk.
Any funds generated will not be delivered to an individual or any private organisations but will go directly and carefully be handed to build and fund medical facilities . The existing humanitarian medical organisations such as Medicine Sans Frontieres (MSF), Unicef will provide training and partnership to provide support for medical intervention  and education of Cholera eradication in Luacjang affected area.  The Account used for any funds is a community account of South Sudanese Luacjang Groups of Australian. The generated funds will be then transferred to affected Luacjang areas of Luacjang community in South Sudan. 
Luacjang community in Victoria will host a fundraising event, 27th of October, 2018.  The event has been organised to fit similar charity cause and campaign for eridaction of Cholera in Luacjang.  We appeal to the general public to support both online and  charity campaign. Flyer will be circled soon.
Great Luacjang community thanks your generosity and support for this great cause of public health prevention of morality and mortality.

Account Name: Luacjang Groups of Australia Inc

Account Number: 120759089, BSB:63300. 

Branch: Bendigo Bank
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