The Kenyan Battalion in Kuajok, as part of its CIMIC activities in Warrap State, is actively involved with the Warrap State Hospital. A medical officer from the Battalion visits the hospital two to three times weekly, making the rounds with the doctors onsite. She focuses primarily on the maternity ward, and if time permits, also spends time in the general ward and outpatient ward.
The hospital started as a dispensary in 1954, became a hospital in 2009, and finally became Warrap State Hospital in 2012, one year after Independence. In addition to the general, maternity, and outpatient wards, the hospital has an operating theater and a dispensary.
The UNMISS Relief, Reintegration, and Protection Section in Warrap worked with implementing partners to complete a Quick Impact Project in 2014 that focused on upgrading the hospital. Facets of the work completed included rehabilitation of the general ward, installation of solar panels, maintenance and extension of the water system, building of latrines for the maternity ward, and the provision of anaesthetic equipment (the only equipment of its kind in the country).