7,495 children have access to quality education in 15 community schools
Children in Primary Schools
Members in Formers Association
Members in Peace Committees
Women Members in VSLA
Food Security and Livelihood (FSL)
With the FSL Program, 9700 farmers are now organized into 270 farmer’s associations practicing sustainable farming methods.
1887 acres of land have been cultivated to increase agricultural productivity in South Sudan.
The EE Program has enabled 7,495 children to access primary education at IDP camps and host communities.
12 community schools are being managed by school management committees (SMC) and parent teachers’ association (PTA).
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