Message From The Head Of Programme Afod South Sudan


Thank you, for visiting AFOD South Sudan Interactive Website where we give you an insight of our programme portfolio. We identify ourselves with hard-to-reach, hard-to-work and disadvantaged communities of South Sudan in strategic program areas of Health and Nutrition, WASH, Education and Child Protection and Sustainable community livelihood development.

All our four strategic intervention areas are mainstreamed with key components of HIV/AIDS and Gender programming as cross-cutting issues.

In 2014, AFOD South Sudan launched a strategy known as “2PLUS INITIATIVE” that is being piloted in Western Bhar El Ghazhel, Eastern Equatoria and Central Equatoria states to bridge development gaps through implementation of our four strategic program areas in a cost effective and sustainable manner. We focus on both Humanitarian and development programs; our approach is taking the community we serve from humanitarian to recovery, from transition to sustainable development

Thanks to all our Humanitarian and Development partners for your partnership and collaborative spirit in what has been one of the most comprehensive and far-reaching appeal efforts and support to date; Today, I am proud that AFOD has been part of both humanitarian and development of South Sudan with operational presence in three of ten states of South Sudan; namely, Eastern Equatoria state, Central Equatoria State and Western Bhar El Gazhal state as shaded green on the map below;

In AFOD, our strength lies in the highly qualified and experienced staff who are determined to take the organization to the highest level possible. In our three years strategic plan 2013-2016, we have laid realistic strategy to strengthen our “2PLUS INITIATIVE” and expand our geographical reach to cover five of the ten states. We intend to expand to Upper Nile and Jonglei states.

Our appeal to Humanitarian and Developmental partners including communities is to support our strategy and contribute to the achievement of our five years strategic plan.