Board Member meetings 2017 - 2019
Our Identity: "Agency for transformation, Peace and Development"
SPEDP was founded in 2007 and registered as a national non- governmental organisation in May 2009 and under Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) in April 2011. SPEDP is cur- rently ;operating in six former states in South Sudan namely: Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile. The organisation has also been registered in Uganda and operates in refugee Camps in Koboko, Yumbe and Arua Districts that host mostly South Sudanese refugees who fled the country following the December 2013 and the July 2016 conflicts which erupted in Juba.
SPEDP responds to both humanitarian and development needs in the areas of; education, food security and livelihoods, WASH, health, Peace building and conflict mitigation. The organization’s mandate is therefore, “to empower people and communities economically and socially to enable women/girls, men/boys, youth and people with disabilities to realize their full potential.’’
In the last quarter from June‒August SPEDP has implemented a number of activities both in South Sudan and Uganda based on the 2017 Annual Work Plan in line with the 2016–2020 Strategic Plan (SP) aligned to its Strategic Objectives (SO) and achieved the following outputs/outcomes.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation/CORE GROUP, IOM, MSH, French Embassy, Swiss Development Cooperation, SSRF, EU, UNWomen , etc.
- Goal 1 – Grow our donor and non donor revenues by 35% p.a to ensure long term sustainability for key institutional and program areas.
- Goal 2 – Expand the health program components and equitable beneficiaries coverage.
- Goal 3 – Enable food insecure households to meet their food and nutrition needs.
- Goal 4 – Increase equitable and sustainable access to, and use of safe water and basic sanitation.
- Goal 5 – Alignment of SPEDP work patterns with the work environment to enable peak performance and costs reduction.
- Goal 6 – Ensure that more girls enroll in school and receive a good quality education in the communities we work.
- Goal 7 – Enhancing SPEDP reputation for excelling in service delivery.
- Goal 8 – To influence attitudes and behaviours through promoting values of peace and tolerance.
Mandate: Transforming Community Lives in peace
- Upholding Human Rights
- Solidarity with the Needy
- Working in Diversity
During the period 2016 to 2020, SPEDP will strive to attain the following Strategic Objectives:
- SO1 – To optimize revenue sources
- SO2 – Support universal access to quality health with focus on HIV/AIDS, Immunize able diseases, TB, among vulnerable groups.
- SO3 – Optimize health benefits of sustainable use of safe water, basic sanitation, hygiene and waste management
- SO4 – Strengthen peace advocacy, peace education and conflict mitigation community mechanisms
- SO5 – Enhance our operational efficiency and service delivery
- SO6 – Restore food security, Institutionalize the Community Managed Microfinance fund (CMMF) and rebuild livelihoods among 50,000 households p.a
- SO7 – Enhance community mechanisms to provide a safe and supportive learning environment for the girl child
- SO8 – Optimize and ensure professionalism and productivity of our workforce