The Mycetoma Clinic



In 1991, the Mycetoma Outpatient Clinic was established with the primary goal of providing exceptional medical and health care and services to mycetoma patients. The clinic’s dedicated team comprises well-trained clinicians, pathologists, radiologists, nurses, and social workers, ensuring comprehensive and specialised care. Currently, the clinic boasts a registration of approximately 11,000 patients hailing from both Sudan and overseas, all of whom receive regular and attentive care.

The clinic operates every Monday morning, offering a structured approach to patient care. During these sessions, patients undergo routine check-ups and necessary investigations and receive treatment, all provided free of charge. This commitment to affordability aims to ensure that financial constraints do not hinder patients from accessing essential medical services.



A key aspect of the clinic’s outreach involves regular health education sessions organised by social workers. These sessions are designed to impart objective health information, empowering patients with knowledge that promotes informed decision-making regarding their well-being. By addressing both immediate medical needs and fostering long-term health awareness, the Mycetoma Outpatient Clinic strives to enhance the overall quality of life for its diverse patient population.