Welcome to Change to Women for Change, South Sudan
Women for change (WFC) is a national non-governmental organization (NNGO) formed in 2016 and legally registered in 2018 with RRC registration Number: 1725 by a group of South Sudanese women from various diversity and experiences, with a feeling of supporting the wellbeing and economic stability of widows, school dropout and children suﬀering from intentional and unintentional cause. As a women and child- Centred-humanity driven organization working for and with women, children aﬀected by the crisis and embarks on women, child and general protection, Gender Base Violence AOR, Child Protection AOR, education (formal & non-formal), reproductive health, livelihoods and food security, peace building, organizational capacity strengthening, advocacy and visibility in the
states of Central Equatoria State, Eastern Equatoria State, Warrap State and Western Bahr el Ghazel .
Objective of Women for Change
To advocate and Stand for Women/children rights there by facilitate their full access to basic and fundamental social needs justified by national and international legislations in areas of human development and Children Rights.
To mobilise and make Youths and women’s in social-economic development through engagement them in Livelihood (Agriculture, Small business, vocational etc), Health and HIV, Water and Sanitation.
To empower women so that they contribute to positive and healthy living of the Children with vulnerability through involvement in Health, Water and Sanitation programmes.
To provide flat form for exchange of developmental and creative ideas through meetings, forums, dialogues, conferences for positive societal living through..
What We Do
Women for Change programs are dictated by people specific women, their priorities, availability of resources and our technical expertise, which are vital and transparent to all the stakeholders. Women for Change is committed to strengthening local communities and institutions to ensure women are able to continue improving their living condition. Women for Change is engaged in the following fields:
Entrepreneurship and capacity development
women,we applaud women for change's commitment to amplifying women's voices through theproject".
Livelihood and food security
Advocacy and Peace Building
I was told educating a woman is educating a nation and truly women are the biggest pillars of the nation and instilling skills of tailoring and soap making for self reliance" says Paul Dr. NGO Forum Communication Focal Person
Upcoming News / Events
Women for Change South Sudan in Partnership With Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA) launched a Five Months livelihood project and Empowerment project for women on 16.03.2022 in Gudelle one Block 8 which will support 100 disadvantage women on tailoring and soap making bolstered by donation of sewing machines and training materials from Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA), speaking during the Launching , The National Minister of Gender ,child and Social Welfare Ayaa Benjamin Encouraged all women not to do individual but as a group as to do wonder ,she further said the Responsibility of all the vulnerable groups falls under her Ministry on the part of Turkish Ambassador to south Sudan Erdem Mutaf said the Women Empowerment is one of the Turkish priorities to south Sudan, The Turkish international Cooperation Agency (TIKA) program coordinator Mr Cafer T. Beseli, said they have a lot project which they are running it in south Sudan, like Agriculture, Wash, Empowerment , which they are dealing with the group of people.
Today WFC conducted a Gender consultative workshop to learn the strategies humanitarian actors does in the Recruitment, Promotion and Retention of Female in their organisation in Torit Eastern Equatoria State that brought in many INNGo, NNGo, UN agencies and the Government. Thank you Hon. State Minister for Gender, Child and Social welfare Jannifer for making us learn alot from you. Thank you Save the Children for granting this project. Struggle for Gender Equality)t
"What parents can do is make sure their home is experienced as a brave and safe space for their daughters. When girls know their parents are there to listen with empathy and love them unconditionally, they find the strength to speak up and this is where assertiveness skills are born, together we can" Said; Anna Tazita