Strategic Objectives

Group photo after the launch of the SAADO strategic plan
Our teams strive to reach all corners of South Sudan
A miller busy at work at one of the SAADO milling machines in the POC
SAADO's Swift Mobile Action Response Team (SMART)
We are ready to respond in any situation
Food Security and Livelihoods
SAADO trained community vets de-worming cattle
YES Women can!
With seed money& training from SAADO, Gisima has grown her saloon business and is now employing four workers!
Milling voucher program
SAADO issuing milling vouchers to the IDPs in order to make their cereal ready for consumption

Who We Are

SAADO - Smile Again Africa Development Organization is a national non-profit humanitarian and development organization dedicated to working with the youth and their communities to reach their full potential. Founded in 2011, SAADO works across all the states of South Sudan promoting social cohesion and empowering communities to tackle the causes of poverty and injustice.

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Features

The unknown heroes in today’s emergency
In most conflicts, there are men and women who work hard for the good of others, but their efforts almost usually go unnoticed; the forgotten heroes. Such is the case...
SAADO & the French Embassy team up again to support SGBV survivors
Cases of sexual gender based violence in parts of the country are on the rise since July 2016, following the conflict that broke out in Juba. Anecdotal reports indicate that...
Milling Voucher Program saving women’s lives in PoCs
Since December 2013, the conflict in South Sudan has led to the displacement of more than 2, 3 million people. According to a UN report, some 185,000 internally displaced people...

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The Milling Voucher program has ensured our safety, we used to go out of the POC to mill our cereals but now we can just do it within the POC which is secure

~ Kitale-South Sudan

I used to just do business without any planning, but following business skills training from SAADO my business has grown

~ Gisima - South Sudan

After receiving a training from SAADO on GBV and equal rights to education for boys and girls. I decided to take my seven year old daughter back to school.

~Simon Ayuon-Lake State (Mingkaman)

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