Economic empowerment

Training of single mothers in Juba, Yeyi and Kato-keji on translating their small home space be it rentals or owned into simple economic fields of food and vegetables for both home consumption and for sale to the local markets

This project aims at improving the livelihood of women in the rural communities of South Sudan so that they can be able to sustain their daily living and improve their standard of living.
Under this component, community members are trained on how to economically utilize their small spaces in homes to produce food and vegetables on a subsistence component. 60% of the produce is eaten at home and 40% is sold off to sustain their feminine economic demands

Home courtyard vegetable growing