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Welcome to ADAFIN’s dynamic News & Blog section – your gateway to insights, updates, and impactful stories.
Explore the latest happenings, updates on our programs, and compelling stories that highlight our mission and impact. Stay informed and inspired as we share our journey towards positive change and empowerment in South Sudan.

  • Ending Hunger: ADAFIN’s Agricultural Programs Transforming Lives

    In many parts of South Sudan, food insecurity is a persistent challenge. Traditional farming methods, combined with climate change and conflict, have left many families struggling to feed themselves.

    Published by Abuk
  • Betrayal and Battery: My Story of Hope

    In the bustling streets of South Sudan, amidst the hum of daily life, lies a story of courage, resilience, and the fight against injustice. Meet a girl whose journey took an unexpected turn when a simple business transaction turned into a nightmare.

    Published by Abuk
  • Breaking the Silence

    In the heart of South Sudan, where the echoes of resilience pierce through the challenges, ADAFIN stands tall in its battle against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and the prevention of child marriage. In 2023, despite the constrained resources, ADAFIN’s commitment brought forth impactful waves of change.

    Published by Abuk
  • Putting an End to GBV

    This blog uncovers the efforts made by ADAFIN, the government, and UNFPA to address gender-based violence in the region. It discusses the multi-sectoral approach, community engagement, and the importance of breaking the stigma surrounding GBV victims.

    Published by Abuk

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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    1. What does ADAFIN stand for?

    ADAFIN stands for the Advance Africa Initiative.

    2. When was ADAFIN established?

    ADAFIN was established in 2017, registered under the NGOs Act 2016 by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) in South Sudan.

    3. What is ADAFIN's mission?

    ADAFIN's mission is to coordinate, facilitate, and implement strategies that save lives by restoring hope to afflicted individuals and empowering communities through humanitarian and development programs.

    4. What areas does ADAFIN work in?

    ADAFIN works in various sectors including gender-based violence (GBV) prevention, child protection, health, agriculture, education, and peacebuilding.

    5. Is ADAFIN a women-led organization?

    Yes, ADAFIN is a woman-led national humanitarian and development organization, committed to empowering women and girls in South Sudan.

    6. How can I support ADAFIN's work?

    You can support ADAFIN's work by making donations, volunteering your time and skills, or partnering with us on projects aligned with our mission and values.

    7. Is ADAFIN registered with any governing bodies?

    Yes, ADAFIN is registered under the NGOs Act 2016 by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) and is a member of the South Sudan NGO Forum.

    8. Where does ADAFIN operate?

    ADAFIN operates primarily in South Sudan, focusing on Aweil and the greater Northern Bhar el Ghazal region.

    9. How can I get involved with ADAFIN?

    You can get involved with ADAFIN by joining our volunteer program, participating in fundraising events, or following us on social media to stay updated on our latest initiatives.

    10. How can I contact ADAFIN for more information?

    You can contact ADAFIN through our website's contact form or by emailing us at info@adafin.org. We'd be happy to answer any questions you may have about our organization and work.

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