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). Agricultural Youth Action for Development Agency-AYADA has its Head office in Western Bahr el Ghazal State Hai Daraja block A-Plot No14455 Near DRC Office in Daraja
Year of Establishment
Agricultural Youth Action for Development Agency-AYADA was established in the year 2016 and it has been officially registered with the Relief and Rehabilitation Commission [RRC] as National NGO in South Sudan under Chapter 3, Section 10 of NGOs ACT, 2016 with the mission of improving poverty and social injustice to end violence through well-planned and comprehensive Programmes in their thematic areas of works in South Sudan.
Our Vision Statement
We seek a world of hope and social justice, where poverty & violence are overcome, and where people live in a dignified, secure, and peaceful environment for all.
Our Mission Statement
Agricultural Youth Action for Development Agency-AYADA works in South Sudan to save lives, fight poverty and achieve social justice to end Violence through well-planned and comprehensive Programmes in Food Security & climatic change, Access to Justice, Security, and Human Rights, WASH & GBV, Education, Peace Building, Youth &Women empowerment programs.
Excellence in Performance
AYADA works to ensure that its programs are high quality, effective and efficient in nature. They are results-oriented, achieving both development effectiveness and desired results; and are gender and age sensitive as well.
AYADA works respectfully in collaboration with government, communities, the private sector, and donors, bringing together the unique resources of all to achieve common objectives.
AYADA board and staffs work on basis of mutual respect and accountability, dialogue, and collaboration. In our work, we seek to understand the views and ideas of others, as well as to recognize the positive contributions of each person, to build strong relationships within and beyond AYADA.
AYADA is committed to sharing information in a respectful and collegial manner. The timely and regular exchange of quality information – between headquarters and field offices, board members, and our partners – provides the basis for informed, consultative decision-making in our operations.
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Motto: Cultivating Ideas to Reduce Poverty and end Violence in South Sudan