About Erin in Juba

I’m Erin. I live in Juba, South Sudan.

Somehow along the way this became a blog mostly about me describing my experiences and South Sudan events through the majestic combination of Microsoft Paint drawings and a hodgepodge of ramblings.

I’m really not entirely sure how that happened.

I’m also distantly related to Marco Polo. Fo’ reals.

Look I drew South Sudan!

14 responses to “About Erin in Juba

  1. Erin, my husband plans to travel to Juba soon for a short term assignment. Are there any Expat medical facilites in Juba? He needs to have a blood test taken for thyroid every couple of weeks when ho goes. In Kabul we had the German CLinic – is there any such clinic in Juba were they have a lab and do basic blood tests?

    Thanks!

  2. Hello Erin,

    I intend to travel to Juba for a week next month. Could you direct me towards safe places to stay and travel means.

    Maddy

  3. Hi Erin, my husband and I are considering accepting a position in Juba, South Sudan. I was just wondering if I could send you an e-mail to get more information about Juba. It would be great to hear more on your experience, and some things about Juba.

    Thanks,
    Lindsey

  4. Hi Erin,
    I’m heading to Juba in October for a UNV position and wondered if you would mind dropping me an email… would love some tips and information about housing there, if you have the time.
    All the best,
    Anna.

  5. Katarina Korenkova

    Hi Erin,
    I am considering moving to Juba for work in September, I am familiar with living in Africa, I lived in Malawi and South Africa for 8 years but I am concerned about the recent security in South Sudan. I would so appreciate if you can find a bit of time and drop me an email about your experience?

    All the best! Your blog is very funny!
    Katarina

  6. Stephan Loowendeik

    Erin,
    No posts in a month. Are you still in Juba?
    Stephan

  7. Erin – I have a Sudanese refugee friend here in MI and her mother back in Juba, South Sudan is ill. Where can she find affordable medical care? They think they have to fly her to Nairobi to see a doctor, but that’s just out of financial reach. Isn’t there something there in Juba? Thanks so much! Anamarie

  8. We are in the process of movong to Juba..We know very little about the living comditions so would appreciate some information and what to expect.

    Regards
    Elize
    South Africa

  9. Hi Erin,

    I spent a year and a half in South Sudan and never saw that beautiful rock climbing wall, climbing happens to be my hobby. Where exactly is it at? I am so glad you posted that picture.

    Aaron

  10. awesome, thanks!

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