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In collaborations with other development partners, government and both local and international institutions, we have achieved a considerable level of implementation of essential activities in line with our overall goal. In Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei State and Northern Bahr el Ghazel

AGRICULTURE

Majorly focus on improving food availability and standard of living

FOOD SECURITY/LIVELIHOOD

The Agric/food security department is the widest department in SPEDP; it’s formed majorly with the purpose of empowering the communities

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EDUCATION

Education programs which are supported by Stromme Foundation

BACKGROUND OF CMMF

SPEDP’s education strategic objective is to Enhance Community mechanism to support formal and non-formal education – through interventions in Primary school

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HEALTH

Achieving high quality active surveillance system

CORE GROUP POLIO PROJECT

The Project supports strengthening of community based AFP surveillance in 4 Counties by working with key informants to detect

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HIV & AIDS

Professionals manage large programs in HIV and AIDS

TECHNICAL CAPACITY

SPEDP has a thematic sector in HIV and AIDS as part of the government’s priority in responding to the HIV and AIDS response in the country

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CMMF

We don’t give cash to the group but knowledge on how to save and invest.

BACKGROUND OF CMMF

Our purpose is one to provide a simple savings and loan facility in a community that does not have access to formal financial services

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WASH & NFI

Focuse to improve quality of life by providing access to safe potable water

WHERE WE WORK

SPEDP WASH activities are lively in Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Central Equatoria States with possibility of shortly increasing our coverage to Jongolei and Unity States

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THE EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

GIRL CHILD EDUCATION PROJECT PHASE II

My name is Josephina Amok Tong a student in Marol Deng Geng Primary School in Malual Center. I’m a Primary six (P.6) student and a member of Income Generating Activities (IGA). Before joining life skills training, I had no skills to make handy work like bread, Mandazi, and Sambusa because there was no one who came up with this idea to teach and train us. But after Joining this initiative in Marol Deng Geng Primary School, I learned how to baked, and I  realized the important of earning from it which will enable me to provide for my personal needs and buy books, pens, uniform , and even pay my tuition on my own when my parents can’t afford. I am happy with this initiative because the skills we attained will never fade. I am we equipped with knowledge and will no longer be a burden to my parents after this training. I appreciate SPEDP and the partner’s for bringing this initiative here in Malual Center. Josephina further urged the initiative to continue in other location/ community where there were vulnerable girls to reduce the rate of school dropout in their payams.

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SUCCESS STORIES

My name is Angelina Nyagwalili, I’m doing Bakery training at SPEDP centre in Bor PoC. So far, I have learnt so many skills in baking. I know how to make Mandazi, cookies ( Biscuits) and bread. I have understand these initiative is good for me because I’m a single mother with big responsibility to take. But after these training; when I start baking my own for business, every thing will be possible to me because I will get enough money from the business and it will sustain my children and my life hence the skills is a lasting idea in human being. I would like to thank SPEDP and UNDP for brining these initiative to us here in Bor PoC and targeting women, as women in the PoC we are the victims of the conflict in these country, we are traumatize , ran to PoC as we are in Prison because no freedom of movement. Before these training I was loosing hope of better ness and changes in my emotions and life but now the skills that I have so far achieved has build confidence in me . When peace is prevail I will be a great woman who can take care of my children on my own such that they achieve what they want become in future.
ANGELINA NYBGWALILI, Women Economic Empowerment Project ( WEEP) SUCCESS STORY implemented by SPEDP with funds from UNDP
My name is Chol Del Wol , I am living here in Bor Poc now four years since the war broke out. Since I came here in the PoC I didn’t come across these kind of initiative SPEDP and UNDP has brought to us. Women here in PoC has lost hope and always thinking negative but when these initiative was brought I can feel there is change in me because everything is going on well since day one of the training. Life is becoming simple and easy for me because I have learnt how to sew/ design bed shed both with machine and hand. So far, I can make like four in a day and these will earn me money for living and take good responsibility of my family and children. As women here in the PoC, we are very happy for these initiative brought to us by SPEDP and UNDP to transform our lives and hinder economics amongst family. May God bless you and open every possible way forward for your plan to help vulnerable people across South Sudan.
CHOL DEL WOL, Women Economic Empowerment Project ( WEEP) SUCCESS STORY implemented by SPEDP with funds from UNDP

OUR PROJECTS GALLERY

CMMF stands for Community Managed Micro-Finance however, in our CMMF methodology we don’t give cash to the group but knowledge on how to save and invest. In our methodology, members of a self-selected group voluntarily form CMMF groups and save money through purchase of shares then invest their savings in loans fund for members to borrow and repay with interest.

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COMMUNITY MANAGED MICRO FINANCE

In our CMMF methodology we don’t give cash to the group but knowledge on how to save and invest. In our methodology, members of a self-selected group voluntarily form CMMF groups and save money through purchase of shares then invest their savings in loans fund for members to borrow and repay with interest.

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