AFAA works collaboratively with all humanitarian partners including government line ministries, religious leaders and local authority in the areas it operates to address local problems
The children in need of support constitute a large percentage of population in South Sudan. The child should grow up in a family environment and in an atmosphere of happiness, love, guidance and understanding.
Malnutrition is one of the greatest threats to child survival worldwide and the underlying cause of nearly half of all child deaths.
Promotes sustainable Community livelihood development and rehabilitation (Food Security), and improved community livelihoods and reduced poverty levels by assisting vulnerable households’ with unrestricted cash transfers with focus on the most vulnerable (women, men, girls, boys and persons with disability (PWDs) affected by flooding and other natural disasters.
The lack of safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene practices have left a large proportion of South Sudan’s population at persistent risk of preventable waterborne diseases.
AFAA Integrated Health model provides integrated health services through an area-based approach that links those services with communities.