Who We Are

Sudanese Children Heart Society is a charity group (Nongovernmental Organization) established in May 2012 and registered at the Sudanese Ministry of Social Affairs (Registration number 3482).

General Objective

Supporting children with heart disease and their families, Recruiting social and financial help to children with heart disease and help establishing services for children with heart disease in Sudan.

How Can We Help

Patients support group, Consultations from abroad, Share with families & Education of physicians and public

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Donate to help children with heart disease : Support Rheumatic Heart Disease Control Program, Cardiac monitors, Equipment for temperature, blood pressure and oxygen...

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ARF and RHD Book

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Sponsored by the Sudanese Children's Heart Society, the guidelines book for ARF and RHD was launched, edited by Profs. Sulfa Ali, Mohamed Saeed Al Khaleefa and Siragedeen Mohamed Khair

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Future Plans

To establish an information system (database) for RHD with a central office in Khartoum and satellite offices in Sudanese States. The project is awaiting funding.

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News and Events

New Training and Awareness Tools

New Training and Awareness Tools

  Medical Assistant - Arabic [PPT] physician lecture [PPT] RHD promotion video [MP4] How to adminster-BPG 1 [JPG] How to adminster-BPG 2 [JPG] How to adminster-BPG 3 [JPG] Teachers card - Arabic [PDF] Teachers Card - English [JPG]

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Rheumatic Heart Disease: a silent killer

Rheumatic Heart Disease: a silent killer

 Sudanese Children's Heart Society produced a new film : a silent killer    

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WHD | 2016

WHD | 2016

The Sudan Children's Heart Society (SCHS) is a non profit organization in Sudan that works in combating Rheumatic Heart Disease. A devasting condition that leads to the destruction of heart valves and affects predominatly children and young adults living in poverty. In 2015 the Sudanese American Me...

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Sudan's Hand Held Echo Study (SHES) - Phase II Starting

Sudan's Hand Held Echo Study (SHES) - Phase II Starting

SHES completed Phase I by screening 3000 school children  in Khartoum. Phase II is starting August 8 /2016 in Niyala ,South Darfur  led by Drs.Bahja Abbo and Khalid Al Awad. Training of physicians on using hand held V scans and an awareness workshop for health promoters were conducted in N...

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SCHS conducted a charitable and training visit to Nyala, South Darfur.

SCHS conducted a charitable and training visit to Nyala, South Darfur.

Dr. Sara & Dr. Bahja using the handheld echo in Ottash Camps   Sudan Heart Society and Sudan Children's Heart Society conducted a charitable and training visit to Nyala, South Darfur. Prof Sulafa's team screened 2014 children from Ottash camp for the displaced using GE Vscan hand held echo...

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Sudan’s 3rd International Pediatric Cardiology Symposium

Sudan’s 3rd International Pediatric Cardiology Symposium

 DAY 1 8:35-9:00 Pediatric Heart Transplant Prof West 9:00-9:40 Echocardiographic Evaluation of Tetralogy of Fallot and Pulmonary Atresia Prof.Smallhorn 9:40-10:10 Early TOF repair: immediate and long term results Dr.Aklabi 10:20-10:50 Neonatal Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease Dr.Phillipo...

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SCHS sponsored a hotline mobile phone

SCHS sponsored a hotline mobile phone

SCHS sponsored a hotline mobile phone to enable doctors to contact expert physicians this will enable them to register cases and also help in patient managment.

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printing of 1000 cards for Rheumatic Fever  Management

printing of 1000 cards for Rheumatic Fever Management

SCHS sponsored deisgning and printing of cards outlining the management of sore throat and rheumatic fever. The cards are distributed to doctors to facilitate quick and accurate diagnosis and managment of the disease.

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Sudanese Children' Heart Society Receives a Second V scan

Sudanese Children' Heart Society Receives a Second V scan

Sudanese American Medical Soc (SAMA) donated last week a second hand held Echo machine (V scan) to SCHS. The machine was delivered by Dr.Al Waleed Elhassan,Assistant Professor of Medicine/Nephrology, Wayne State University, Detroit, MIThe machine will be  used for the Sudan Hand Held Echo proje...

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National Awareness Day about Rheumatic Heart Disease

National Awareness Day about Rheumatic Heart Disease

Sudanese Children's Heart Soc conducted an awareness day on Wednesday Aug19 .. sponsored by Premiere Food Product Company, at Mayo area including distribution of posters and teacher pamphlets (photo) ,, visit to basic schools (photo),, TV and radio programs. The activities were directed to the RHD z...

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SAMA sponsors another Hand Held Echo

SAMA sponsors another Hand Held Echo

Sudanese American Medical Association (SAMA) cimpleted fundraising of about 5000 USD dedicated for purchasing a second Hand Held Echo for  screening of school children..a project within the rheumatic heart disease control initiative. The study is starting in the coming days using the machine do...

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Advanced Workshop on RHD

Advanced Workshop on RHD

The national committee for RHD control conducted an advanced workshop on RHD Management based on the recently launched Sudan's Guidelines Book (link) on Saturday August 22/2015 The workshop was focused on physicians from the RHD Zone (Darfur, Kordufan, White Nile and Gezira) , attended by 65 phycian...

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World Heart Federation (WHF) invited Sudan's Minister of Health

World Heart Federation (WHF) invited Sudan's Minister of Health

World Heart Federation (WHF) invited Sudan's Minister of Health to chair a session on RHD advocacy as a side event during the WHO Meeting , World Health Assembly to be carried on May 18 /2015Prof.Sulafa KM Ali will present Sudan's experience in RHD control, Sudan’s commitment to integrating RHD prev...

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Sudan's Participates in African Union-Pan African Society of Cardiology

Sudan's Participates in African Union-Pan African Society of Cardiology

Sudan participated in this meeting held in Addis Ababa on February 2015 to discuss a roadmap for eradication of Rheumatic Heart Disease In Africa, attended by 15 countries and came up with the following recommendations:     1.Establish prospective RHD registers at sentinel sites in affecte...

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