Some notable attainments

Our Impact

Coalition for Humanity has extensive experience in implementing Humanitarian and resilience projects. The organization has reached more than 200,000 people with life-saving emergency interventions.

Our Model of Project Implementation

Project

General Protection

South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF)
Mar – Aug 2019

Beneficiaries reached with protection messages

Referrals generated to health, Nutrition, PSS, PFA, legal redress

Community outreach workers trained in GBV

Project

Gender-Based Violence

South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF)
Mar – Aug 2019

Beneficiaries reached with GBV messages

Women and Girls’ Friendly Spaces (WGFSs) established in Dakom, Ganyiliel and Tayar port.

Women and 1423 girls served in WGFSs

Project

Food Security and Livelihoods

South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF)
Mar – Aug 2019

Beneficiaries improved access to food, improved nutrition and livelihoods

Beneficiaries of vegetable seeds

Benefited from seed and input distribution

Beneficiaries trained on the use of fishing kits

Beneficiaries with fishing kits

Beneficiaries trained on utilization of the vegetable kits

Project

Integrated P/GBV/WASH/HEALTH Health

South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF)
Sep 2019 – Mar 2020

Beneficiaries were reached 35 community health workers (20 females and 10 males) were trained

Children aged 6 months to 15 years receiving measles vaccination in emergency, outbreak or returnee situation

People served (Frontline Services) (500 girls, 350 boys, 600 females, 350 males) reached with OPD consultation

Malaria cases treated (Frontline Services)

Project

Integrated General Protection

Beneficiaries reached with protection messages

Community Friendly Spaces established

Project

Gender Based Violence

Beneficiaries reached with GBV messages

Women and 1423 girls served in WGFSs

GBV champions trained

Project

WASH

beneficiaries were supported through the emergency life-saving WASH core pipeline supplies

Hygiene promoters trained in Koch county

Project

Conflict transformation and peace building

GIZ

beneficiaries were directly reached through the conflict transformation and peace building project

Beneficiaries (48 boys and 28 girls) were engaged in sports for peace tournament

Local peace committee members (8 males and 7 females) were trained on conflict resolution and mediation in Leer county.

Community representatives (9 females and 10 males) are actively engaged in community consultative meetings

(girls and women) were engaged in female consultative meetings

Our Partners and Funders