Our mission is to develop, shape and empower South Sudanese women to advocate for policies that foster equal economic opportunity,
and secure human rights for women and children.
Our vision is a South Sudanese society, “free from the violations of the human rights of women and children”.
We work under 5 thematic program areas namely access to justice and the rule of law, psychosocial support, community security, women economic empowerment and sexual and reproductive health.
- Promote advocacy on the human rights of women and children, including sexual and reproductive health rights issues (SRHRs).
- Provide legal aid to SGBV survivors and vulnerable children.
- Develop entrepreneurial skills of GBV survivors.
- Promote good governance, peace and reconciliation.
Neighborhood assembly – it is a community based advocacy strategy that brings together families within a radius of 50-100 meters to deliberate on pertinent issues that affect the community.
Family court – it is a community court that is established within the existing payam (subcounty) / boma (parish) court to handle GVB related cases.
Women friendly space – it refers to the provision of a wide range of services namely psychosocial support, economic incentives, legal counsel and legal information and dignity kits to GBV survivors.
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PROFILES OF KEY PERSONNEL
Mrs. Aziku Cicily
Chairperson Board of Directors
The executive head of the board of directors.
Mrs. Josephine Chandiru Drama
Provides technical oversight to the program implementation.
Stella Tuna Lolik
In charge of planning and executing the organisation programs.
Avia Scovia Miria
Lobby & Advocacy Officer
In charge of lobby and advocacy activities of the organization.