About Us

Established in 2008, Humanitarian and Development Consortium (HDC) is a national NGO delivering high-quality programming to beneficiaries in East Africa.

Ten-Years Delivering Lifesaving Programs

Founded originally in South Sudan, HDC has developed its capacity annually and now delivers programming in 6 states across the country, through a dedicated team of 157, and a budget of over $3.2million USD.  As a stable and well-organized agency, HDC has the capacity to reach deep into the communities it serves, delivering strong results for beneficiaries and partners alike. 

Recently, HDC has continued its growth with the establishment of NGO status in Kenya, and through Development Offices in the United States and Canada to better link to partners.

Mission

The mission of HDC is to support vulnerable people affected by crises to attain dignified and prosperous lives through impactful community resilience and practical, innovative programs.

Vision

The vision of HDC is for an empowered community, living a dignified and prosperous life and possessing the capacity to influence decision that affect their lives.

Values

The core values that drive the actions of the organization are: impartiality, accountability and integrity, coupled with professionalism and a commitment to learning and innovation.

2.2 m
persons displaced across South Sudan since December 2013
HDC works in camps to provide food, shelter, livelihoods and protection services
Mission:
The mission of HDC is to support vulnerable people affected by crises to attain dignified and prosperous lives through impactful community resilience and practical, innovative programs.
HDC is honoured to partner with
DanChurch Aid, CARE South Sudan, CARE Netherlands, Government of The Netherlands
HDC has been an
active national NGO in East Africa for ten-years
– a clear track record of strong commitment to the communities we serve.
HDC
is honoured to partner with many organizations,
including UNHCR, UNMISS, UNDP
Last year HDC
worked with over 30,000 people in need across South Sudan.
A girl in South Sudan
is 2X less likely to have access to education than a boy.
Today in South Sudan
less than 1% of girls will complete their education.
According to UNICEF, 72%
of children in South Sudan did not have access to school last year.
1.9 million people
are displaced in South Sudan (OCHA)
5.1 million people
are facing severe food insecurity today (IPC)
2.4 m
face severe food insecurity due to displacement and adverse climate
HDC supports improved resilience and productivity by distributing seeds, inputs and implements
<13%
of people in South Sudan have access to sanitation facilities
HDC constructs sanitary facilities and conducts advocacy interventions that endorse better hygiene practices
2 million
South Sudanese refugees (UNHCR)