Hold the Child

Hold the Child

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Last update: Apr 3, 2024 Last update: Apr 3, 2024
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Legal residence:South Sudan
Types:NGO NGO
Funding agencies:Other
Sectors:Education, Health, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid ... See more Education, Health, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Law, Youth
Nr. of employees:51-200
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Status: Active

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Hold the Child is a Relief, Development and Advocacy not for profi­t Organization that works alongside vulnerable children in disaster affected and underdeveloped communities. Founded in Bor town in 2010 in the wake of heightened inter-communal clashes and Child abduction amidst poor Child care in the underserved Jonglei state - Bor (South Sudan). We are a South Sudan Based organization that works in a network of 2 sister organizations in Uganda and Kenya.

To us a Child is a unique gift to humanity fully endowed with abilities; that need to be protected, provided for, and given a chance to constructively participate in the development of their society. We are set out to inspire and champion a collaborated action by the family, community, governmental agencies, and other local & international actors for the welfare of the children; an effort to raise viable individuals who will socially, morally and technically propel sustainable development of South Sudanese society and humanity in general

Our commitment to promote the best interest of the Child, amidst limited resources has tremendously built our reputation in the communities where we work and our partners. We work in collaboration with other organizations, governments, and a variety of partners to pursue a peaceful, healthy and dynamic society where the rights of children and other vulnerable groups are protected and promoted, while upholding our independence without political agendas.

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