YWCA South Sudan carries out advocacy for peace both nationally and internationally. The advocacy program kode bonus binomo strives to empower young women to able to engage directly with policy and decision makers.
In response to the need for quality education, YWCA South Sudan established a nursery and primary school in the town of Maridi. The school has a special focus on peace education and psychosocial support to children affected by conflict.
YWCA South Sudan works with other partners to strengthen linkages and coordination among civil society organizations. We strive to bridge information gap among civil society actors and provide much needed space and information resources to the civil society community.
YWCA South Sudan started the psychosocial support program in 2011 as an initiative to assist community members recover and heal from conflict related trauma. Though this program, YWCA South Sudan has been able binomo-in.id/promo-code/ to offer counselling and legal aid to many survivors.
Being a membership organization, YWCA South Sudan draws its strength from its member’s majority of whom are young people. YWCA South Sudan youth members across all its branches work to promote unity and peaceful coexistence in their communities.
The YWCA of South Sudan empowers young women to develop leadership skills and take part in decision making at all levels.
YWCA South Sudan is a member of NGO forum, South Sudan protection and GBV cluster and sub-clusters. Equally, the organization has established friendly working relationship with both National and international NGOs.
YWCA South Sudan is a women led organization that engages women and youth at all levels. It works to transforms communities, promote peace and growth through women leadership, education and economic sustainability.
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