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  • SOS Sahel Sudan


    SOS Sahel Sudan supports women and men in Sudan to realise their rights, potentials, dignity and secure and sustain livelihoods.
  • SOS Villages d'Enfants

    SOS Villages d'Enfants


    SOS Villages d’Enfants vient en aide aux enfants en danger, c’est-à-dire ceux qui n’ont pas de famille ou qui courent le risque de la perdre.



    SPARK develops higher education and entrepreneurship, so that young ambitious people are empowered to lead their post-conflict society into prosperity. SPARK is a dynamic and growing not-for-profit development organization with over 80 staff members that helps young entrepreneurs to start or grow their own businesses. SPARK is achieving its mission by organizing business plan competitions, empowering Syrian youth to realize their leadership and entrepreneurship potentials, offering leadership summer schools, psycho-social support to students, business skills training, SME coaching and mentoring, business incubation, SME financing, intensive higher vocational summer courses, curriculum development and quality assurance at universities and higher vocational education institutions (capacity building).
  • Special Secretariat for the Protection of Unaccompanied Minors (SSPUAM Greece)


    Special Secretariat for the Protection of Unaccompanied Minors - SSPUAM, Ministry of Migration and Asylum, Greece
  • Stop Sahel

    Stop Sahel

    Stop Sahel

    Santé, Education et Autosuffisance
  • Street to Apartment Association

    Street to Apartment Association


    At the Street to Apartment Association, we believe that everyone needs a place to call home. Safe housing is an essential condition for a dignified life. We believe that with a fair distribution of resources, a society of solidarity can provide decent housing for all. To this end, we develop and operate model programs in which we provide independent housing to homeless and needy people. We cooperate with municipalities and private individuals, operate a network of social rental housing and a housing agency.
  • Sudan Civil Registry

    Civil Registry

    Presented by the Ministry of Interior in Aug 2011, first describe the strategy an political commitments of developing civil registration and vital statistics system, then talk about the system in detail, followed by associated challenges and conclusion.
  • Sudan Council of Churches


    The Sudan Council of Churches (SCC) is an organization comprising six churches located in Southern Sudan: the Roman Catholic Church, Episcopal Church of the Sudan, Presbyterian Church of Sudan, African Inland Church, Sudan Pentecostal Church, and Sudan Interior Church. Formed in 1989–1990 under Bishop Paride Taban, the NSCC has acted as a facilitator in peace negotiations during the Second Sudanese Civil War. Along with its stated goal of Christian fellowship, it is active in reconciliation advocacy and human rights.[1] The SCC most widely reported success was the negotiation of an end to inter-ethnic fighting among Nuer in 1999. The Wunlit negotiations led to the creation of the South Sudan Liberation Movement, which declared itself neutral in the conflict. According to John Prendergast of the International Crisis Group, what progress has been made in reconciling the factions that resulted when Riek Machar and Lam Akol's defected from the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) in 1994 is largely the result of the work of the SCC.[2] However, the European-Sudanese Public Affairs Council, an organization that largely takes a pro-government stance, states that the SCC is overly entangled with the political leadership and goals of the SPLA.[3] It is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Councils and Churches in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa.