Our work takes us to the front lines of crises through provision of basic lifesaving services to alleviate human suffering and protect person of special needs during conflicts, famine, floods, pandemic disease outbreaks among other emergency situation across the country.
Lack of safe drinking water as well as poor sanitation and hygiene practices continue to impact the mortality and life expectancy of South Sudan communities. This is true in both humanitarian camps as well as rural and urban informal settlements.
At HDC, we invest in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene programs oriented towards socio-cultural transformation and access to clean water, distribution of non-food items (NFIs, construction of safe sanitation facilities and organization of participatory public health community awareness campaigns during emergency crisis. We work with line government ministries and international organizations to strengthen and promote healthcare services.