Sudan Domestic Election Monitoring and Observation Program – (SUDEMOP)
SUDEMOP is a civil society network based in Juba that was established to hold discussions for information sharing with different civil society organizations, referendum administration and representatives from the different political parties. Currently SUDEMOP works on peace building and human rights promotion.
Sudanese Network for Democratic Elections (SUNDE)
SUNDE is a non-partisan coalition of Sudanese civil society organizations and faith-based groups, based in Juba and committed to promoting the ability of the Sudanese public to participate freely, equitably, and effectively in transparent and accountable democratic processes.
Women’s Training and Promotion (WOTAP)
WOTAP is based in Wau, Western Bahr El-Ghazal State and is involved in capacity building of women on economic participation, adult literacy classes etc. WOTAP works with young women and youth to end Violence against women.
New Sudan Women Federation (NSWF)
Based in Juba, NSWF aims to improve the social, economic and political status of women in South Sudan and the recognition of their human rights. NSWF has paralegal aid clinics and adult literacy classes in Yambio, Bor in upper Nile State.
Diar for Rehabilitation and Development Association (DRDA)
DRDA is located in the South Sudan Lake States with an office in Rumbek and specializes in community mobilization, information dissemination, and education and preventative interventions. It specializes in literacy and vocational skills training programs.
Women Development Group
Women Development Group is a non-governmental and non-profit making organization established and registered with Ministry of Social Development in 2001. The organization works in the field of livelihoods, peace building food security and gender mainstreaming. It was initiated by a group of women during the war to provide assistance to women IDPs and vulnerable household of the host community in Wau.