Name: Post Conflict and Development in Southern Sudan
Peace & Conflict
FYF is a South Sudanese Non-governmental Organization registered in Kenya under the section 10 of the Societies Act of Kenya and under the section 11.2 of the New Sudan NGO Act by South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (SSRRC) in South Sudan.
The mission of FYF as an initiative of citizens of the Upper Nile Region of Southern Sudan, who have come together in a conscious effort, is to addressing the underlying causes of the regions chronic underdevelopment. Its vision is to lead in supporting the communities in the provision of care and support by taking services closer to the people.
Through a social contract with programme stakeholders, FYF contributes to the process of nation building and the improvement of the socioeconomic well being of the people of South Sudan in general. This is being accomplished by advocating a restored and unified proven cultural heritage and facilitating an enabling environment for economic empowerment, based on principles of democratic accountability, transparency and self reliance.
The major activities FYF projects are sector focused and comprise programming in Food Security, Civil Education, Water and Sanitation, formal & informal education, Environment, Health, Construction of Community Centers and Community Peace Building and Reconciliation. These programmes are clustered geographically in 12 counties of Upper Nile State. It enhances community self-reliant to reduce the severity of poverty, while its specific aim is to achieve sustainable improvement in the quality of rural livelihood.
The main objectives of this project is to enhance community self-reliance to reduce the severity of poverty, while its specific aim is to achieve sustainable improvements in the quality of rural livelihoods through improved food security, rehabilitation and development of infrastructure, productive capacities, human resources, and dynamic civic participation. Fashoda Youth Forum understands that Sudan is presently in a fragile but important transition from relief to rehabilitation and development following the signing of the historic Comprehensive Peace Agreement on January 9, 2005. The project incorporated relief activities into the rehabilitation and development initiatives, creating a fluid community-based approach to implementation that ensures all inputs contribute to sustainable, visible long-term results for communities.
Although Fashoda Youth Forum recognizes that there is a high cost to operating in Upper Nile state compared with other areas in Southern Sudan, the project has been designed in such a way so as to ensure that the highest proportion of funds can be dedicated to direct inputs to the targeted communities. Where possible, supplies and equipment will be purchased from local sources and local staff will be hired and their capacity built to perform their roles accountably and efficiently. Fashoda Youth Forum has a long term relationships with the communities, cultivated through years of project implementation in the area. These relationships form the base for very active involvement of beneficiaries in tailoring the proposed activities in ways that best empower them and ensure their ownership over the process and its achievements. Local government authorities was actively involved in leading the annual planning workshops for the project’s implementation; furthermore, the project staff worked closely with them to implement the activities, training them through the process and ensuring they have the skills to manage and oversee the provision of services in their communities in years to come.
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