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What We Do

For us to achieve our mission and fulfill our vision, hand in hand with the refugees and host community we serve, we focus our services on the following programs


Psychosocial intervention and rehabilitation

As the result of the conflict that broken in south Sudan which caused many to flee their homes, lost flow ones left many south Sudanese refugees in trauma. In order for them to be healed through that there’s a great need for psychosocial intervention for refugee’s capacity for recovery, resilience and future rebuilding and development


Livelihoods and food security

The lack of post-primary school opportunities is a major challenge for refugees in Bidibidi. To help them earn a living, our livelihood and food security teams:

  • support communities to access agricultural tools and seeds
  • offer vocational skills development for refugees and nationals in self-employment, agriculture and entrepreneurship
  • provide business support and cash grants to vulnerable youths to increase their access to income generating livelihood opportunities
  • provide cash grants to refugees with specific needs, especially those with disabilities, single-headed households and elderly people, to enable them to cover their basic needs upon arrival


Shelter ,care and support

Our shelter teams:

  • construct emergency and semi-permanent shelter and latrines, especially for refugees with specific needs, like people with disabilities and the elderly
  • build and rehabilitate learning spaces and provide furniture


Sanitation and hygiene (WASH) Water promotion

Our WASH teams are responsible for bringing clean sanitation to refugees and host communities. Our WASH experts:

  • digging latrines to vulnerable elderly people, as well as schools and vocational centres
  • together with communities, establish cleaning campaigns for refugee centres, hospital, water points and schools


Child Protection

  • Nutrition: screening every child refugee in Bidibidi zone one and providing severe acute malnutrition (SAM) treatment as required.
  • Advocacy and communication to raise awareness on the rights of refugee children
  • Conflict prevention and peace building within the settlements and host communities
  • Identifying alternative care for unaccompanied/separated children; preventing violence, especially gender based violence; and establishment of child friendly spaces to provide psychosocial support.
  • Education: increasing access to early learning and accelerated learning for both refugee and host communities and strengthening the community’s capacity to implement Peace Building Education and Conflict