PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

a) ONGOING PROJECTS


1. Disseminating Awareness Messages to rural communities on the status of the implementation of national peace process (R-ARCSS) in South Sudan
2. Promoting Human Rights through Advocacy with specific focus on women and children’s rights
3. Conducting research on the role of gatekeepers in the uptake of Sexual Reproductive Health in South Sudan (Central Equatoria and Western Bhar El Gazal)

b) TRACK RECORD – PROJECTS SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTED

S/NoProject titleDonorProgram focusProject BudgetSummary of Achievements
1Integrated response WASH and Livelihood.Islamic ReliefConflict affected communities in Terekeka.US$112,000 Improved hygiene through distribution of WASH NFIs to 500 households.
 2500 households and schools sensitized on hygiene & Sanitation in Terekeka
 Improved hygiene and sanitation by construction of a VIP Latrine 4 stance in Terekeka.
 Improved water, hygiene and sanitation by the rehabilitation of four Latrines & two boreholes
 Construction of a SWAT system at the river bank in Terekeka.
 Engaged 120 women and youth in Cash for work program.
2Terekeka Flood Affected ResponseIslamic Relief CanadaFlood AffectedUS$72,500 Improved hygiene and sanitation for 2500 floods affected households in Terekekka
 Improved Shelter for 500 households through provision of shelter materials and NFIs
3Sensitization workshop on Reproductive Health and Family planningUNFPALaw makers, Religious leaders, community chiefs, youth and women leaders.12,000 USD Stakeholders committed to support reproductive health program in the communities.
4Round table Discussion on the Role of religious leaders in the prevention of HIV/AIDSIslamic Relief CanadaReligious and women leaders500 EURO Resolutions on strengthening the role of religious leaders in the prevention of the prevalence of HIV/AIDs reached and adopted by all participants
5Promotion of SRH (HIV) awareness for Religious leaders(Self-sponsored) Contribution from sympathizers, and membersReligious leaders (Imams, Pastors, women)1, 000.000 SSP (Equivalent to US$6,500) Influenced streamlining of HIV awareness during sermons.
6Menstrual Hygiene management campaignSelf-sponsored) Contribution from sympathizers, and membersAdolescent girls and young women500, 000 SSP (Equivalent to US$3,250) Improved hygiene for 100 young girls through knowledge gained in making of reusable pads.

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