In alignment with national strategies on education, SAADO prioritizes access to education for girls and the marginalized youth. To contribute to the improvement of education system in South Sudan, SAADO has initiated several educational programs including;
This involves deployment of peer educators to engage the youth in the camps about negative effects of cattle rustling. Through people-to-people approach SAADO is supporting the peace process in the whole of South Sudan, strengthening communities enabling them to analyse complex conflict situations, identify mutual benefits & priorities and work towards accommodation of each other. SAADO is a strong advocate for the ratification and adoption of the Kampala Convention on Rights of the internally displaced persons (IDP) especially on Chapter 4 of the agreement and also support efforts for the full implementation of the ARCSS.
Integration of cross-cutting issues will involve consideration and mainstreaming of the following in all aspects of SAADO’s programming:
SAADO is a national non-profit humanitarian and development organization dedicated to working with the youth and their communities to reach their full potential
Hai Cinema, Juba, South Sudan.
Food Security & Livelihood
Gender And Protection
Education And Peace Building
Water, Sanitation & Hygiene