"Hope For The Vulnerable"

1. Psycho social Support, 2. Mental Health, 3. Trauma Healing and Counseling, 4. Physical guidence on SGBV, 5. Food security and livelihoods 6. WASH and Health, 7. Education 8. Climatic change, 9. Mitigation and Sustainable environmental conservation. 10. Sustainable development, 11. Renewable energy and economic empowerment, 12. Micro finance and cooperative services. 13. Disaster Management and Humanitarian assistance. 14. Conflict Resolution and Peace building Including (Protections, Human Rights & Women Empowerment Nutrition Inclusion, Protections, Human Rights & Women Empowerment Ending Early Child Marriage, promoting Girl Child Education GBV Intervention in Emergencies Health/Hygiene promotion)

During Partners visit to Hope Restoration field offices in Panyijiar

HRSS returnee monitor sharing Hope Restoration Interventions to USAID, IOM and Rapid Response Fund partners during their visit to hope restoration field office

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Capacity building Training

Hope Restoration CCCM Roving office conducting 3 days capacity building training to community leaders on camp coordination and camp management in new fangak Jonglei state.

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Conducting CCCM Training in Panyijar

HRSS CCCM roving officer conducting Community Engagement meeting on Covid 19 and strengthening relationships and peaceful Co-Existence amongst IDP's and host communities in jonglei states

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Hope Restoration South Sudan

Hope Restoration South Sudan-HRSS is a National None Governmental Organization-NNGO registered with Ministry of Justice in 2010 registration No.659. It’s also registered with Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) registration number 138.

Were are committed to mobilizing the communities to determine their own development and self determination. It seeks to secure their rights to dignified lives. This is be done through, capacity building, research and proactive measures of dialogue, lobbying and advocacy, documentation, information management, livelihoods diversification and use of appropriate technologies.

 

The core values constitute HRSS operational principles, relationship with society-the children, women, the staff, and the partners, other NGOs and the government at local, state and GOSS. HRSS attitude is shaped by these operational principles and incorporates the confidence to act in and on the world in a way that HRSS believes can be effective and have an impact, and an acceptance of responsibility for the social and physical conditions ‘out there’. HR subscribes and is committed to the following core values:

HRSS believes in partnership and team work.

HRSS believes in openness, transparency and accountability.

HRSS believes in being sensitive and responsive to the plight of vulnerable in society.

HRSS belief in building networks, collaborative approach and relations with like-minded partners.