Royal Aid for Development

Juba, Sudan, Africa
South Sudan

Volunteering Activities

Web Work
Disaster Relief
Social Work

What We Need

1- Provision of psycho-social support, life saving messages and child protection in school for the children affected by the conflict
2- Children's Hygiene and Sanitation Training in schools as a life saving for the children and awareness creation
3- Training and awareness creation for children and out of school youth on landmine, small arms and light weapon as a preventive and protective means of saving the children lives
4- Train County Health Department (CHD) staff in management, HMIS, and supportive supervision, Provide technical support to CHD for establishing systems and tools for human resources, administration, HMIS, finance, and pharmaceutical supply management. Facilitate improved communication between the CHD and SMoH for coordination and planning within the county.
5- Mentor SMoH staff responsible for systems at state level to receive, interpret, use and archive health management information.
6- Support the MoH through CHD to deliver a full range of BPHS services including drugs/supplies, incentives, training, quality clinical supervision and improved structures at 1 PHCCs and 2 PHCUs
7- Train Health and Hygiene Promoters for BPHS roles-- implementation of Community-based Health and Nutrition and Basic Package of Health for Schools
8- and many many more

When & Who

Minimum stay duration is One month and maximum is three months

Our Fees

No fees

1,500 .00 USD per month

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Contact Person

John Lwong
Munuki Opp. Jerusalem Pharmacy Suk Militia Block VA plot No 282, 3rd class residential area Juba Central Equatoria State, South Sudan, Juba, Sudan.

Other Ways to support us

Anything God put in your heart for the conflict affected needy population is very much welcome

Additional Info about Us

10 to 20 people

Royal Aid for Development (ROAD) is a Non-Governmental and Non-Profit making Organization registered in South Sudan both with Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development and Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) in accordance with the new NGO’s Act 2016 as a Humanitarians actor in South Sudan