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Trees are more important today than ever before. More than 10,000 products are reportedly made Agricultural Youth Action for Development Agency (AYADA) is a Youth Christian non-profit organization working in South Sudan for many years focusing on improving poverty and social injustice to end violence through well-planned and comprehensive Programmes in Food Security & climatic change, Access to Justice, Security & Human Rights, WASH & GBV, Education, Peace Building, Empowerment of women, youth and youth living with disabilities groups economically (vocational skills and start-up capitals).

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News and Updates

  • support to 8 traditional Authorities local courts in Jur river county
    AYADA South Sudan with grant from USAID Funding Shejeh Salam, the implementing partner provided office equipment’s to 8 traditional authorities courts (10 plastic chairs, a table, a metallic file cabinet and…
  • Luo chiefs endorse customary by-law
    Traditional chiefs from the Luo community in Jur River County of Western Bahr el Ghazal state on Friday signed their long-awaited customary guidelines into law.  Agriculture Youth Action for Development Agency…
    AYADA South Sudan with supported from UNCIEF will strengthening and continues conducting water supply and inventories to damaged broken hand pumps in the areas that are classified as water insecurity to…
  • Emergency WASH & GBV response
    AYADA South Sudan continuing saving life of the affected population through Emergency WASH and GBV Response in the remoted areas of Western Bahr el Ghazal State-Wau
  • AYADA South Sudan seeking for donation to support women empowerment in South Sudan
    As an organization committed to improving the lives of women and girls in South Sudan, we’d like to request well-wishers/Donors across the world to donate to make a difference. The conflict…

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