‘Donor Fatigue’ Negatively Affecting Save The Children’s Efforts To Provide Maternal, Child Health Care In South Sudan

Humanosphere: South Sudan: How to provide maternal and child health care during crisis
Imana Gunawan, Humanosphere’s social media manager and podcast producer, and Humanosphere Editor-in-Chief Tom Paulson discuss recent news headlines and interview Bester Muluazi, Save the Children’s program management specialist in South Sudan, about “donor fatigue” and its affect on programs to help mothers and children in the nation (Ensor, 12/16).

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