Technical Assistance

Thursday 24 August 2023

A national organization co-leads the South Sudan Education Cluster for the first time.

Save the Children, UNICEF South Sudan and UNKEA representtives after signing the MoU in Juba

Friday 3 March 2023

Over 600 Farmers Learn Agronomic Practices to Increase Production in Budi

 In Eastern Equatoria, farmers have learned and adopted new agronomics practices through training and mentoring by Save the Children. The project is funded by BMZ.


Homiri Model Farmers Crop Producer Group at their farm in Budi. Photo: Save the Children

Wednesday 26 October 2022

Save the Children partners meet to reflect and strengthen collaborations

Partnership Annual Meeting aims to celebrate successes, learn from challenges, and strengthen collaborations

Thursday 14 April 2022

Government and Save the Children launch “Action Plan” to promote child rights.

April 14, 2022 - Juba, South Sudan: The Ministry of Gender, Child and Social Welfare in partnership with Save the Children launched the National Plan of Action for Children (NPAC) to pave way for accountability, and fulfilment of children’s rights in South Sudan. 

Friday 18 March 2022

From a Cleaner to an Admin And Travel Assistant

Meet Poni Clementina Ladu, 34, at her office in Juba. She joined Save the Children in 2007 as a cleaner. Poni said she feels good working with Save the children since she joined. Prior to joining Save the Children, she doesn’t have tuition fees to continue with her education since she lost her father, the only bread winner at home. Poni never knew she would make it in her current role because she doesn't have the required education to do the job. Now she is happy in her new role.