Our Programs

At ADAFIN we are committed to implementing a range of programs that address key challenges faced by communities in South Sudan. Through our holistic approach, we strive to foster positive change and sustainable development in various sectors.

Gender Equality

Promoting gender equality is central to our mission. Our projects include:

  • Women’s Empowerment Workshops: Providing skills training and entrepreneurship opportunities to women.
  • Gender Sensitization Campaigns: Educating communities on the importance of gender equality and women’s rights.
  • Girls’ Education Scholarships: Offering scholarships to girls to ensure access to quality education.

Join Us: Be part of our efforts to empower women and girls. Volunteer to mentor, donate to support scholarships, or participate in our workshops.

Good Health

Improving healthcare access and outcomes is a priority for us. Our projects include:

  • Health Clinics: Establishing and supporting healthcare facilities in underserved areas.
  • Health Education Programs: Conducting workshops and campaigns on topics such as maternal health and disease prevention.
  • Medical Supply Distribution: Providing essential medical supplies to clinics and hospitals.

Join Us: Help us make a difference in healthcare. Volunteer as a medical professional, donate to support our clinics, or participate in our health education programs.


Education is key to unlocking opportunities for the next generation. Our projects include:

  • School Construction: Building and renovating schools to improve infrastructure.
  • Teacher Training Programs: Providing professional development opportunities for educators.
  • Scholarship Programs: Offering scholarships and school supplies to underprivileged students.

Join Us: Support education for all. Volunteer as a tutor or mentor, donate to fund scholarships, or help build schools in rural areas.

No Child Marriage

Ending child marriage is a critical goal for us. Our projects include:

  • Community Awareness Campaigns: Raising awareness about the harmful effects of child marriage and promoting alternative solutions.
  • Legal Advocacy: Working with local authorities to enforce laws prohibiting child marriage and protect at-risk individuals.
  • Support Services: Providing counseling and support services for girls at risk of child marriage.

Join Us: Take a stand against child marriage. Volunteer as a mentor or counselor, donate to support our advocacy efforts, or participate in our awareness campaigns.

Peace & Justice

Promoting peace and justice is essential for sustainable development. Our projects include:

  • Conflict Resolution Workshops: Facilitating dialogue and mediation between conflicting parties.
  • Legal Aid Services: Providing legal assistance to marginalized individuals and communities.
  • Peacebuilding Initiatives: Organizing community events and initiatives to promote reconciliation and understanding.

Join Us: Be a peacemaker in your community. Volunteer as a mediator, donate to support our legal aid services, or participate in our peacebuilding workshops.

Zero Hunger

Ending hunger is a fundamental goal for us. Our projects include:

  • Food Distribution Programs: Providing food aid to vulnerable populations during times of crisis.
  • Agricultural Training: Teaching sustainable farming practices to improve food security.
  • Nutritional Support: Offering nutritional education and supplements to combat malnutrition.

Join Us: Fight hunger with us. Volunteer on food distribution projects, donate to support agricultural training, or participate in nutritional education programs.

Clean Water

Access to clean water is a basic human right. Our projects include:

  • Water Well Construction: Building wells and water systems to provide clean drinking water to communities.
  • Hygiene Promotion: Educating communities on proper hygiene practices to prevent waterborne diseases.
  • Water Purification Projects: Implementing technologies to purify contaminated water sources.

Join Us: Make a splash for clean water. Volunteer to help build wells, donate to support water purification projects, or participate in hygiene education workshops.

No Poverty

Fighting poverty is at the core of our work. Our projects include:

  • Livelihood Training: Providing skills training and microfinance opportunities to help individuals generate income.
  • Community Development Programs: Supporting small businesses and cooperatives to stimulate economic growth.
  • Social Safety Nets: Establishing programs to provide financial assistance to vulnerable families.

Join Us: Help lift others out of poverty. Volunteer to mentor entrepreneurs, donate to support livelihood programs, or participate in community development initiatives.

Climate Change

Addressing climate change is crucial for sustainable development. Our projects include:

  • Reforestation Efforts: Planting trees to combat deforestation and reduce carbon emissions.
  • Renewable Energy Projects: Implementing solar and wind energy systems to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
  • Climate Resilience Training: Educating communities on adaptation strategies to cope with changing weather patterns.

Join Us: Take action for the planet. Volunteer for tree planting initiatives, donate to support renewable energy projects, or participate in climate resilience workshops.

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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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