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SIM Doro Clinic (98018)

Women at Doro Grieve Memorial Clinic
The SIM Doro clinic is more than a medical clinic, it is a ministry center. We are seeing a great move of God as He uses our staff to share the Good News with those who are hurting. Many are coming to Christ and being set free. Our chaplain program is very robust and the Sudanese Community Health Workers and medical missionaries are ministering to physical and spiritual needs of many who walk through our doors. Our clinic runs fully on donations and the ministry is powered by your prayers. Your donations enable us to meet the needs of the local and refugee population. To donate now, please click on the button to the right. Thank you!

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For more newsletters and detailed information about our clinic, please visit the clinic website here.

Who we are

The SIM Doro Clinic is a faith-based Primary Health Care Center that serves an extremely undeveloped region in Doro, Upper Nile State, South Sudan. Our multi-national staff provide holistic health care to all patients who enter our doors. The clinic was started by Dr. Bob Grieve in 1940. He and his wife, Claire, sought to serve the local Mabaan population with much needed medical care. They and their team also had a deep desire to introduce the Mabaans to Christ.

Doro Mother Infant

The clinic was opened and closed a few times during the long 50 year civil war in Sudan and reopened its doors in 2008. Currently we provide outpatient services including a very busy primary health care clinic, prenatal and maternity services, leprosy treatment, and a nutrition village that serves the needs of severely malnourished children.

Our patient population is vast and diverse. Although the region is home to over 60,000 people from the Mabaan tribe, war in Blue Nile State in the Republic of Sudan sent over 135,000 refugees into Mabaan County. Doro houses the largest refugee camp with over 51,000 refugees. This camp is located just outside our clinic door. There are another 64,000 refugees in three other camps in the county. The majority of these refugees who are from unreached people groups and this is the first time they have the opportunity to hear the Good News.

We purpose not to focus solely on the medical needs of patients, but seek to care for their spiritual and emotional needs as well. Our Chaplaincy program is at the heart of our clinic work. Subsequently, many of our patients are finding deep healing and eternal life through meeting the Great Physician as a result of seeking care at our clinic.

Women at Doro Grieve Memorial Clinic


Without your support we cannot continue to provide Christ-centered, quality health care. Would you consider helping us provide physical and spiritual healing in Doro? Your financial gift will help restore people's hope and build the Church.

Running a health program that provides care for more than 35,000 patients a year requires on-going funding to purchase medicines and equipment, pay Sudanese staff salaries, and help with the on-going construction that is needed. Current financial needs include:

  • Clinic construction and renovations: $150,000 (over two years)
  • South Sudanese health staff salaries: $85,000 per year
  • Medicines and equipment: $75,000 per year
  • Ambulance for clinic: $63,000 (one time cost)
  • Operating expenses: $162,000 per year

Your financial gifts will help us bless the people in Doro, Mabaan County, South Sudan. With your help we will be able to offer quality compassionate health care that reflects Christ. Thank you for your partnership in this work. Please visit here to give online or find the SIM office nearest you.


Are you a health professional? If you or someone you know would like to explore joining the our team, then we'd love to hear from you today! Please see our full list of openings in South Sudan.

Chaplain Bulus


  • Pray for the funding of our health program to meet the ever-growing need of purchasing medicines and medical supplies, paying staff salaries, and construction and maintenance.
  • Several new people will join our team in the next months. Pray they will settle well into the work and our communal living.
  • Ask the Lord to help us empower and build up our local staff in their work and in the Word.
  • There are many new churches springing up in the refugee camps. Pray especially for the Nuban, Mayak, Jumjum and Ingessana believers who are coming from a Muslim background. Some are facing extreme persecution. Pray they can stand strong in their faith.
  • Pray for the 50,000 children in South Sudan who are at risk of death this year because of the lack of daily needs.
  • Pray for Salva Kiir, the President of South Sudan, and Riek Machar, the leader of the SPLA in opposition, that they will bring an end to the war.

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