Our Identity: “Agency for transformation, Peace and Development”

Introduction Support for Peace and Education Development Programme (SPEDP) was found in 2007 and registered as a national non– governmental Organization in May 2009 and under Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) in April 2011. SPEDP is currently; Operating in six former states in South Sudan namely: Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile. The Organization 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.

Core Values:

  • Professionalism,
  • Respect for diversity,
  • Upholding human rights,
  • Do no harm,
  • Expansion of partnership,
  • Non-discrimination, and
  • Transparency

Vision:

A transparent, accountable, efficient and effective organization that promotes quality education, resilience, sustainable development and peace.

Mission:

To work with and for vulnerable communities in South Sudan and neighboring countries to transform the quality of their lives through their active participation in finding durable solutions to their Socio-economic challenges.

Thematic Areas:

Revised themes, 2018

  • Non-formal, Formal Education and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)
  • Food Security and Livelihood
  • WASH and Non-Food Items (NFIs)
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Human Rights, Peace Building and Governance

Goal.

Perspectives               Intermediate Goals

        • IG 1:  Enhance community mechanisms to deliver quality non-formal and formal education for lifelong learning
        • IG 2:  Sustainable livelihoods with access to improved incomes, food and nutrition security
        • IG 3: Ensure sustainable access to safe drinking water, basic sanitation and hygiene

Programmatic:        IG 4: Ensure access to quality health care and well-being for vulnerable communities.

        • IG 5: Strengthen community mechanisms to peace-building, human rights, sub-national governance and conflict mitigation.
        • IG 6: Robust M&E system, documenting results for decision making, learning and dissemination among stakeholders

Operational:             IG 7: Mobilise and optimize revenue sources, explore new resource mobilization options.

        • IG 8: Enhance operational efficiency and effective delivery of results and services.

Strategic Goals and Objectives

Intervention logic

  • Strategic Goal: A vibrant civil society organisation in East Africa contributing to the transformation of South Sudan into a peaceful and prosperous country.
  • Intermediate goal 1.0: Enhance community mechanisms to deliver quality non-formal and formal education for lifelong learning
  • Objective 1.1: Improved access to quality primary education
  • Objective 1.2: Youth with enhanced skills through vocational skills training
  • Objective 1.3: Adolescent girls empowered with life and vocational skills through Bonga
  • Objective 1.4: children and youth in hard to reach areas accessing education through alternative education services – Pastoral education
  • Intermediate goal 2.0: Sustainable livelihoods with access to improved incomes, food and nutrition security
  • Objective 2.1: Improved access to incomes through CMMF/ VSLA
  • Objective 2.2: Improved food and nutrition through sustainable agriculture
  • Intermediate goal 3:0 Ensure sustainable access to safe drinking water, basic sanitation and hygiene
  • Objective 3.1: Improved access to safe water
  • Objective 3.2: Improved access to basic sanitation facilities
  • Objective 3.1: Improved access to hygiene services
  • Intermediate goal 4.0: Ensure access to quality health care and wellbeing for vulnerable communities
  • Objective 4.1: Improved access to health services
  • Intermediate goal 5.0: Strengthen community mechanisms to peacebuilding, human rights, sub-national governance and conflict mitigation.
  • Objective 5.1: Improved access to justice and rule of law
  • Objective 5.2: Improved peace and conflict mitigation
  • Intermediate goal 6.0: Robust M&E system, documenting results for decision making, learning and dissemination among stakeholders
  • Objective 6.1: Improved monitoring and evaluation frameworks and tools
  • Objective 6.2: Improved data management and reporting capacity
  • Intermediate goal 7.0: Mobilise and optimize revenue sources for implementation of the strategic plan.
  • Objective 7.1: Improved resource mobilisation
  • Intermediate goal 8.0: Enhance operational efficiency and effective delivery of results and services
  • Objective 8.1 Strengthened institutional structures and systems effectively delivering the strategic plan