Our Programs


1. Peace, Conflict Transformation and Governance

Insecurity and continuation of conflict in South Sudan remains a major challenge in the efforts to rebuild the fledgling nation. Sporadic incidence of inter-tribal conflict as well as the potential risk of SPLA changing face to take on a tribal identity increases clashes in the various states. South Sudan is not immune to insurgence from outside the country and continued tensions between the North and the South particularly in the Border States continues to impact on resettlement initiatives. The incidence of conflict causes persistent movement and displacement of peoples to areas of perceived safety.

In WORADA we participate in peace building and civic education through several activities within the larger scope of Peace Building. These include participation in formation of traditional conflict resolution mechanisms such as introduction of Traditional Peace Committees and the training of the same. We promote a rights-based approach to good citizenship and governance.


Our programs are directed at refugees, returnees, vulnerable host communities, and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan. WORADA strives to facilitate women-centered development programs and to support livelihoods and create opportunities for marginalized and disadvantaged women and the vulnerable.


Food security is one of the greatest challenges facing South Sudan, as the fragile peace situation exacerbates the loss of productive assets. WORADA empowers and builds community resilience by enabling food security through developing sustainable approaches to improving agricultural livelihoods. WORADA works to transfer technology and build capacity community based groups and among youth.

Additional interventions include providing productive agricultural assets and strengthening of community safety nets. Community safety nets include cash transfers, FFA, CFA, distribution of seeds and tools to help establish agricultural and other income generating activities (IGAs). Community/village savings and loans (VLSA) programs have grown from these activities and the IGAs develop local products that help promote better livelihoods. WORADA participates in liaison with external and internal markets to enable the community to access markets for their local products.

4. wash/NFI(s)

Lack of safe drinking water as well as poor sanitation and hygiene practices continue to impact the mortality and life expectancy of South Sudan communities. This is true in both humanitarian camps as well as within communities.
At WORADA, we invest in hygiene programmes oriented towards supporting change and acceptance of good hygiene practices within the communities in rural areas. Our programs focus on creating awareness in basic hygiene practices, construction of safe sanitation facilities, community participation in cleaning campaigns in settlements and in the distribution of non-food items (NFIs) during disease outbreaks. We work with line ministries to strengthen and promote health care services.

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