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ADVERSE EFFECTS OF WAR ON HEALTHCARE SYSTEM: CASE STUDY OF SOUTH SUDAN
Dr. Etiki John Firstday (Ph.D) *Mgbe Chinenye Glory Ph.D, Dr. Mgbe Emeka Kevin MBBS, FWACS, and Dr. Ezeofor Salome Nwaelom MBBS, FWACS
Adverse effects of war can be viewed from different perspectives. It has a long history and several forms; war does not only cause physical damages and trauma; it also involves psychological damages. Healthcare systems concerns are broad and include both trauma and psychological effects of war. War impacts healthcare and the vulnerable population, and ultimately have a grave impact on all areas of human life. In the case of refugees, altered environment brings about altered opportunities and access to healthcare and maternal care necessary for social, economic, and psychological wellbeing of the population. This study is qualitative cross sectional study bothering on how war limits effective healthcare delivery. Most wars arise as a result of economic deprivation, oppression or suppression, as well as an instinctive attempt to dominate others. Wars are estimated to have taken up to 3.6billion lives since mankind came into existence. The effect of war on healthcare systems can have irreversible consequences e.g destruction of health database and health infrastructure.[Full Text Article]