Strategic Objectives

Girls & Women Get Equal
Commemorating and Celebrating the International Women's Day in Fashion
WFP Donates 4*4 Hard-Top for SAADO
To facilitate mobility in delivering Humanitarian Services to the Community
SAADO`s ED Met France Ambassador
Strengthening Long Term Partnership on Women Economic Empowerment
Crop Harvesting
Ongoing Crop Harvesting for BRACE-II Project Block farms in Aweil-North
Crop Harvesting
Ongoing Crop Harvesting for BRACE-II (Aweil North)
Bongo Vocational Skills Training
Beneficiaries of Gudele Block 5 show casing their talents and skills in building
Bongo Vocational Skills Training
With Support from Stromme Foundation
Bongo Vocational Skills Training
Beneficiaries Showcasing Tailoring Portfolios with support from Stromme Foundation
Distribution of Livelihood Kits
Trainings to Support Households in CES. I.e. Emergency Livelihood support provided to Food Insecurity
Distribution of Livelihood Kits
Strengthening Coping Mechanisms and Skills
Cattle Vaccination
Over 1980 Herds of Cattles have been Vaccinated at Morijok Cattle Camp-Rajaf Payam
WGFS-Jiech Boma, Wau Payam & Ayod County
The Women & Girl Friendly Space in Jiech has been submerged in floods
BSFP Beneficiaries-Gogrial Warrap
PMC Members at GFD+/BSFP ready to serve beneficiaries while observing COVID-19 Guidelines
COVID-19 Awareness Campaign
GFD+ and BSFP Beneficiaries in Gogrial-Warrap during awareness session

Who We Are

SAADO - Smile Again Africa Development Organization is a National Non-profit Humanitarian and Development Organization dedicated to working with the youth and their communities to reach their full potential. Founded in 2011, SAADO works across all the states of South Sudan promoting social cohesion and empowering communities to tackle the causes of poverty and injustice.

Read More

It's amazing how much can be achieved with a small amount of money from you to the beneficiaries. Your help will make a real difference to people's lives in the areas we work in and help eradicate the causes and effects of poverty. Donate Now

Features

SAADO`s Executive Director Meets France Ambassador H.E. Marc TROUYET
Strengthening and positively shaping a long lasting partnership in collaboration with implementing partners and funding donors is key to excellency. With proven records of fighting against poverty enshrined and envisaged...
Over 1980 Herds of Cattle Vaccinated in Morijok Cattle Camp-Rajaf Payam by SAADO
Over 1980 herds of cattle have been Vaccinated at Morijok Cattle Camp-Rajaf Payam. Morijok Cattle Camp is among the various cattle camps in Juba. Its located approximately 10Kms away from...
SAADO`s Women & Girls Friendly Space in Jiech Submerged in Floods
With the recent increase in water levels not only from the Nile River but also due to the heavy down pours, program operations for Smile Again Africa Development Organization has...

Our Mission and Vision

OUR VISION

Communities free from poverty and destitution with dignity

 

OUR MISSION

To eradicate poverty in partnership with communities for sustainable development

Our Videos

SAADO COVID-19 Response to Ministry of Education, Science & Technology
SAADO COVID-19 Response to Ministry of Education, Science & Technology
SAADO COVID-19 Response to Ministry of Education, Science & Technology
SAADO COVID-19 Response to Ministry of Education, Science & Technology
BRACE-II Cohort A Showcasing her FSL outputs
BRACE-II Cohort A Showcasing her FSL outputs
BRACE-II Cohort C Preparing Farm Land
BRACE-II Cohort C Showcasing FSL outputs
BRACE-II Cohort C Showcasing her FSL outputs
BRACE-II Cohort C Showcasing her FSL outputs
General Food Distribution in Warrap amidst COVID-19
General Food Distribution in Warrap amidst COVID-19

Testimonials

This is a Joomla!™ module port of Sebastian Nitu's Quovolver jQuery Based Quote Revolver

My dream is for this war to end so that I can go back home and open my own milling business using the experience I have gathered here

Phillip-a miller at SAADO machines in POC

After receiving a training from SAADO on GBV and equal rights to education for boys and girls. I decided to take my seven year old daughter back to school.

~Simon Ayuon-Lake State (Mingkaman)

We now have more time to spend with our families because we no longer have to walk long distances to access the mills

Kitale-an IDP living in Juba POC

Facts

  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • Five
  • Six
  • Seven
  • Eight
  • Undernourished
  • Refugees and Asylum
  • Humanitarian Assistance

All Copyrights are reserved © SAADO 2020: Powered by IRES.