After decades of civil wars, in July 2011 South Sudan voted for independence from the North, creating two separate countries. As a result of the separation, numerous land and resources disputes have been taking place in recent years over the numerous oil-rich regions spread out South Sudan. South Sudan is also home to terrorist groups that have been known to attack foreign nationals.
Healthcare in Sudan
Medical facilities in Sudan, both in cities and outside, fall short of western standards. Supplies in clinics and hospitals are also severely limited. Sudan is currently battling with an increasingly ageing population alongside the rising rates of communicable and noncommunicable diseases. Malnutrition deficiencies affect a large number of children throughout the country, causing a stronger burden on Sudan’s medical system.
Insurance Plans for Expats in South Sudan
Expat Financial can obtain coverage for expatriates in Sudan. Our staff has the necessary knowledge to provide you with complete insurance coverage that will protect your expat staff who are posted to Sudan and other African countries.
Contact Expat Financial today for a more in-depth examination of your insurance needs for Sudan and what plans we can offer you. We have a great deal of experience in sourcing insurance for expatriates and even some local nationals in Africa.
Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to live in South Sudan:
- War and Terrorism Insurance
- International Health Insurance
- Expat Life and Disability Insurance
- Travel Insurance
- Evacuation Coverage
- Special Risk Plans
- Group Expat Insurance Plans