SPEDP current Donors and partner include;
Embassy of France in South Sudan, European Commission consortium with British council, USAID/FH 1360-funds for HIV/AIDs, Office of U.S Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) consortium with Food for Hungry, SWISS Development cooperation (SDC), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (UN FAO), United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN WOMEN), South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF), Bills & Melinda Gates Foundation in Partner with Core Group, Dan Church Aid (DCA), Christian Aid (C.A), Stromme Foundation (SF), Management Sciences for Health (MSH), BRACII DFID-Consortium with World Vision-Australia, ICCO International, NEPAD, European Commission-CESVI, Safer World, IGAD HIV/AIDs funds through HIV/AIDs commission, Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) consortium global communities, IOM, World Bank in Partnership NPA, NCA-Partnership with Christian Aid, and BRAC
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.
STAND WITH HELPLESS COMMUNITY
TO HINDER ECONOMIC CRISES ACROSS
OUR PROJECTS GALLERY
Let’s see some images of our prograames
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.