Mahad camp team Managateen camp team IDO held a football tournament at Rainbow football ground in Munuki on Saturday, 27th May, 2017. The event was sponsored by UNDP with support from SWEDEN. Our beneficiaries from Mahad and Mangateen Camp were the ones playing under the theme ‘Let’s play for Peace’. Despite the rain on Saturday, they were determined to play and have fun and sure enough, they got a lot…Continue Reading
25th April every year is a global day highlighting the importance of preventing and controlling the spread of Malaria worldwide. On this day of World Malaria Day, the Integrated Development Organization wishes to create awareness on measures of achieving a malaria free South Sudan; this year’s global theme is “End Malaria For Good.” What to know about malaria: Malaria is a febrile life-threatening disease caused by a parasite – plasmodium and spread by the bite of an infected female anopheles…Continue Reading
IDO is a national NGO working to promote just and peaceful societies in South Sudan by empowering and working with grassroots communities, vulnerable populations, and excluded societies or groups estranged and uprooted by conflicts. The key objective is for societies and groups to build resilience, to develop and to lead their post-conflict societies. We wish to recruit interested and qualified applicant (South Sudanese national only) for the position of Project Officer. The Project Officer will support the implementation of Peace building, Advocacy…Continue Reading
Our Communications Officer Hawa Rebecca had a brief interview with John Dor who is one of the student beneficiaries of the Building Transformative Youth Leadership project supported by Democracy International through a fund provided by USAID. The main objective of this interview was to find out the impact of the IDO engagement with the 3 selected universities (University of Juba, Upper Nile University, Catholic University) impacted his life; this is what he had to say. Hawa: Can you briefly…Continue Reading
IDO AND HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATIONS DONATE BASIC MATERIALS TO REBUILD DESTROYED SHELTERS IN MAHAD IDP CAMP, JUBA.
The Integrated Development Organization (IDO), through support from friends of the organization, last week donated 278 bundles of bamboo to help in rebuilding all 164 shelters that were destroyed in the fire that broke out at Mahad IDPs Camp in the Konyo Konyo area, central Juba. Other humanitarian organizations such as UNHCR, IOM and HDC donated the plastic sheets, ropes, blankets, cooking saucepans and sheets. The fire destroyed 164 homes affected over 800 individuals. Three days after the fire broke…Continue Reading
The International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women all over the world. The theme for the Women’s Day, this year, 8 March, 2017, is “Be Bold for Change” The Integrated Development Organization has taken a step to work in South Sudan to empower women to be bold for change. Today, the role of women is different than it was in the past; women work outside their homes much more. Women also…Continue Reading