• P. O. Box 584, Hai Tarawa Block-4, House 279, Juba – South Sudan


The four main sectors of comprising NSDO works are as follows:

1. Water and Sanitation (WASH)

Improved Access to safety of Water and Sanitation by ensuring that people can provide for themselves clean and safe drinking water and sanitary facilities.
Conducting geophysical surveys for new boreholes
Drilling of boreholes
Rehabilitation of boreholes
Construction of mini-water yards
Rehabilitation of mini-water yards
Training on maintenance and operations (OP)
Training of water management committees
Water quality testing and analysis
Water trucking for IDP camps and PoCs
Construction of rainwater harvesting system in schools
Construction of VIP latrines and semi-permanent emergency latrines
Rehabilitation of VIP latrines
Formation and training of school hygiene clubs
Hand dug wells and hand dug well rehabilitation
Bio sand filters
Solid and liquid waste management

2. Health Services

Improved, accountable and reliable health services
is our top priority.

Creation of awareness on cholera, guinea warms, Ebola
Running of cholera treatment centres (CTC)
Renovation of health facilities
Installation of solar panels in health facilities

3. Basic Education

Access and Completion of Basic Education
Provision of early childhood development materials e.g. scholastic materials
Training teachers on early childhood development
Construction and rehabilitation of school facilities e.g. libraries, latrines, classrooms
Provision of adult literacy
Training on school gardening

4. Food Security and Livelihood

Sustainable food security
Training farmers on farmers’ field school
Training on agriculture extension services
Provision of seeds and tools
Construction of animal troughs

5. Emergency response through relief support to people in areas of crises

In addition, NSDO is also engaged in:
disaster management by providing relief to people in crisis areas by giving them shelter, food, clothing and medicines.
and preparing people in disaster prone areas for possible future disasters management as well as increasing their resilience.

6. Nutrition services

Improved, accountable and reliable Nutrition services through.
Creation of awareness on MIYCN
Establishing nutrition center for the management of acute malnutrition MAM & SAM.
Training of nutrition workers/ Nutrition Community mobilizers.
Provision of Blanket supplemental feeding program to the community GAM is above 15%
Provision of school feeding program.

7. General Protection

Conduct Case Management Training to the case workers for child protection, GBV and psychosocial support Officers.
Establishment of Child Help desks in the project location to identify and strengthen the referral pathways
Training of youths on child protection
Training of women group on income generating activities e.g. beads grafting, tailoring, etc.
Establishment of women and child friendly space.
Capacity building of care giver/ foster parent (CBCPN)
Improving referral pathway for GBV survivors
Conduct safety audit