Fulcrum Aid has agreed to a request by the Central Equatoria State Ministry of Health to resource their School of Nursing and Midwifery in Juba, South Sudan. 

In 2008 the medical school was officially opened after extensive renovations provided by UNICEF were completed. However, lack of text books, training resources and qualified tutors meant that the refurbished class rooms, offices, library and dormitories remained empty or under-utilised until September 2013 when the staff of the school determined they would commence classes using the few resources at hand.

Fulcrum Aid has agreed to provide text books for the Enrolled Nurse and Midwife students, and then to explore the provision of library resources, training equipment and qualified tutors.

The Principal of the school, James Lotto, sends this message: "Please tell supporters in Australia that inadequacy of qualified health workers is one of our major challenges to our efforts to deliver quality health care for our poor and illiterate people in rural areas. We will be very delighted for the first supporters in Australia to start supporting this Nursing and Midwifery Training School in South Sudan."


A Message from the Midwife Principal

This video was recorded in 2013 at the School of Nursing and Midwifery in Juba.



Here are some ways you can help... 

Arrange a Fundraising Event

There are many ways to include your friends, colleagues or the wider community in activities that raise awareness as well as financial support. And it can be fun. The team at Fulcrum Aid can supply you with information and resources, and even some fundraising ideas to get you started. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to arrange a fundraising event for the Juba School of Nursing and Midwifery.

Donating 2nd Hand Medical Reference Books

Recent edition medical reference books in good condition may be suitable to donate to the school library. Fulcrum Aid has a reference group of medical professionals who determine the suitability of all books and equipment to be supplied to the school. We are currently seeking reference books for the library covering fields such as Tropical Medicine,  Nutrition, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Pharmacology, Anatomy and Physiology, Paediatrics, Sexual Health and Nursing Skills. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.to discuss donation of 2nd hand medical reference books.

Donations Towards the Cost of Resourcing the Juba Enrolled Nurse and Midwife School

Fulcrum Aid is currently in need of donations towards the cost of purchasing 60 midwifery text books, plus the travel expenses for two of the Fulcrum Aid team to travel to Juba to research and negotiate the next stages of the project.

By Cheque or Money Order: 

Fulcrum Aid Ltd

PO Box 126 Christes Beach, 5165

(please include a note with your name and address, and that your donation is designated to the Juba School of Nursing and Midwifery project.)

By Direct Debit: 

Fulcrum Aid Ltd

BSB: 633-000

A/C No:  155255201

(please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. including your name, address, the amount transferred, and that it is designated to the Juba School of Nursing and Midwifery project.)

Donate by Cash:

Cash donations can be made at any branch of the Bendigo Bank. 

Fulcrum Aid Ltd

BSB:  633-000

Account:  155255201

Please put your name in the reference field and contact us to provide your name, address (email or postal), the amount donated and the name of the project. 


No administration costs are deducted from donations to this project. Fulcrum Aid is not yet able to issue tax-deductible receipts.



"South Sudan is in dire need of your support. We especially need trained nurses and midwives. Fulcrum Aid is helping to tip the balance of this need by resourcing the debilitated nursing and midwifery school in Juba, South Sudan. The little support you give will help a lot for the course of humanity in South Sudan. Please help us."


William Mude, Fulcrum Aid Project Manager   






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