Support for Peace and Education Development Programme (SPEDP)


SPEDP is a national non-government organisation founded in 2007 and registered in May 25, 2009 at Ministry of Justice, Republic of South Sudan. SPEDP was registered with the Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC), Government of the Republic of South Sudan in April 2011. SPEDP was also registered in Uganda in September 30, 2016 and operates in Bidibidi refugee settlement camp that host South Sudanese refugees who fled to Uganda following the December 2013 and July 2016 conflict which erupted in Juba.

SPEDP operates in six former states of South Sudan including Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Unity, Upper Nile and Jonglei. The organization’s mandate is to empower marginalized and vulnerable communities in situations of extreme hunger, poverty, illiteracy, diseases, social injustice and conflict through social and economic interventions that enable them to realize their full potential. SPEDP has effective and efficient financial, physical and human resources i.e. professionals, adequate infrastructure, strong field presence, programme delivery approaches, and cost effectiveness.

Areas of Practice
1. Non-formal, Formal Education and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET);
2. Food Security and Livelihood (FSL);
3. Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Non-Food Items (NFIs);
4. Health and Nutrition;
5. Human Rights, Peacebuilding and Governance

1. Working experience in fragile and crisis affected areas of South Sudan and Uganda;
2. Partnership with 27 external development partners;
3. 220 dedicated staff;
4. Implementation of 27 humanitarian and development projects in 2018 having USD$ 8million transaction in 2018;
5. Adequate number of organizational policies;
6. Inclusive, transparent and accountable governance system;
7. South Sudan Programme Coverage: Six former states: Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Unity, Upper Nile, and Jonglei;
8. Uganda Programme Coverage: Koboko, Yumbe and Arua Districts; and
9. Reached households (HHs): 500,000 vulnerable HHs.


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