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  • Empowering the community...

    We believe in a society that is free from extreme Poverty and necessity is easily accessible

Community Connect is a national Non-Governmental Organization in South Sudan

Global poverty is one of the most urgent issues facing our world today, affecting 9.2% of the population. While some parts of the world have made progress in reducing poverty levels, the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing conflict, and natural disasters have slowed progress toward the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for eliminating extreme poverty by 2030.

  • Supporting technical skills education to reduce the level unemployment, hence strengthening the economy.
  • Advocating for the voice of the vulnerable people through media advocay and partnership to inform on rights of the vulnerable people.
  • Provide awareness on use and disposal of plastic bottles and paper bags and putting in place strategies on recycling these items in order to reduce pollution.
  • Promoting tree planting to curb the effects of climate change.

We are committed to empower the communities for change

Our Reach Through social Networks

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Documented Talkshows in Series

Our Focus

Our Focus

Protection

Advocating for the voice of the vulnerable people through media, through our media advocacy and our partnership with Echo TV, we reach our audios to inform on rights of the vulnerable people, through our advocacy programs we are already running a talk show aiming at addressing some of the challenges in our communities, we have all our social media platforms education on issues. We provide women friendly space where those affected with traumatic events can find some counselling from experts, talk about issues that affect them and get some healings. We train women on live skills activities such as hand crafts and we provide cash support for women to start small business that can sustain their live hoods. We liaise with Police and authorities on cases that requires legal justice to enable women seek for justice when need be.

Peace Building

We do community Dialogues; we provide an avenue where community leaders encourage locals on ways of addressing issues. We organize events aimed at building peace in the communities such as Music and Dramas, Games, and sports (sports for peace) events. Through Conducting meetings with community leaders and training them on leadership skills. Household awareness sessions, through our programs we do awareness on issues through.

Climate Change

Adopting Agriculture smart practices that protects the environment and reduces over cultivation that can damage the environment. Advocating on the media through keeping information on the effects of man-made activities on our environment through. Provide awareness on use and disposal of plastic bottles and paper bags and putting in place strategies on recycling these items to reduce pollution. Provision of Tree & fruit seedlings and promote tree planting to curb the effects of climate change, we embark on programs for school children, farmers, and the community at large in planting tree to protect our environment. Reduce use of firewood as the sole source of fuel by encouraging use of fuel-efficient stoves (FES), advocating for use of solar power instead of generators, educate farmers on better farming practices to avoid soil erosion,

Food Security and Livelihoods

As a means of alleviating poverty, Community Connect supports smallholder farmers boost food production and income generation through advocacy and training on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA), Farming as a Business (FaaB), Collective Marketing, Financial Literacy and Village Saving and Loan Association (VSLA) using a Farmer Field Business School (FFBS) approach. These improved farming techniques will help increase agricultural productivity through provision of knowledge and skills in line with agriculture, market information and access to finance through the VSLAs. Community Connect uses market-based approaches that enable people to continue to earn a living from their agricultural products in order to protect the livelihoods of rural families, this ensures their right to food is not violated by the international demand and trade for agricultural commodities. Encompassed in this is our focus on Sustainable and Resilient Agriculture, which supports smallholder farmers in cultivating higher-yield, more nutritious crops to fight poverty while saving natural resources.

Education

Youths’ empowerment through building their capacities in vocational education, we focus on the skills required for a particular job function or trade youths get training on skills that reduce the level unemployment, hence strengthening the economy. Focusing on girls and children with disabilities. The programmed constructs water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) facilities with separate access for girls and boys and includes accessibility for children with disabilities. In addition, classrooms are fitted with disability ramps. Girls received menstrual hygiene management (MHM) kits and training.

Our Work

Our Work

Community connect collaborates with multiple agencies to empower community, provide talkshows, community engagement in key issues of concern...

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  • Talkshows
  • Community Impact Activities
  • Engagements

Talkshow about Bride price...

Talkshow about Bride price...

Talkshow about Disability...

Talkshow about Disability...

Follow our talkshow via Juba Echo (TV) Media...

Follow our talkshow via Juba Echo (TV) Media...

Discussion with Juba Echo (TV) Media...

Discussion with Juba Echo (TV) Media...

Are economically empowered women unruly or stubborn?...

Are economically empowered women unruly or stubborn?...

Causes of Violence in our families...

Causes of Violence in our families...

Supporting Economic empowerment for women

Supporting Economic empowerment for women

Drama Team meeting and auditions

Drama Team meeting and auditions

Kulu na Sawa - Episode 1

Kulu na Sawa - Episode 1

Supporting Economic empowerment for women selling onions

Supporting Economic empowerment for women selling onions

A story of Mary

A story of Mary

Call To Action

Community Connect educates, advocates, and campaigns on interventions to eradicate poverty We engage the public through our social media pages, which currently reach up to 14 thousand people a month. We influence policymakers and public opinion.

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Contact

Contact

We are committed to empower the communities for change, contact us, connect with us to promote and empower communities

Location:

Gurei, Lemon-Gaba

Call:

+211 922 996 612 - 914 996 612

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