HOPE Sudan Background

Establishment:

Hope and Friendship for Development Organization (HOPE Sudan) Founded from specialists of Peace Building and Development working since 2003 on this field in Sudan.

HOPE Sudan is National, Non-governmental, Non-profit and Voluntary organization. It was established in 2014 and registered officially in Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) in February 2015.

Since its foundation, HOPE Sudan has been working effectively among the communities towards spreading the message of peace, and disseminates values of peaceful coexistence, and building capacities to transform conflicts and promoting social cohesion and integration focusing on capacity building of community actors, natural resources management, increase access to basic services and providing assets of livelihoods. HOPE Sudan emphasizes the role of youth, children and women in Sudan in the sectors activities. HOPE Sudan activities are community-based oriented using community development approaches. It works in sectors of Peace Building, FSL, Health & Nutrition, WASH, Education, and Capacity Development & Consultation Services. HOPE Sudan targeted beneficiaries from diverse ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds. Most of HOPE Sudan staff and volunteers trained on peace building & conflict resolution and Alternative to Violence Projects (AVP). The staff members of HOPE Sudan have received intensive training on organizational management in the framework of NGOs, Project Cycle Management (PCM) and technical issues of HOPE Sudan field work.

HOPE Sudan Philosophy:

Local non-governmental organizations are increasingly important elements of Sudan civil society. They have been a vital part of the post-conflict development of Sudan through their contribution in sustaining peace, recovery and development. In addition to capacity building of community actors, natural resources management, increase access to basic services and providing assets of livelihoods. With stronger organizational structures, administrative systems, and project management skills, we hope that Sudanese NGOs will be able to carry out the long-term recovery and development goals that are needed as well as Sustainable Development Goals.

HOPE Sudan Vision statement:

HOPE Sudan is leading organization on the sustainable development process in Sudan through creating stability, peaceful and harmonious community with the culture of acceptance the others.

HOPE Sudan Mission statement:

HOPE Sudan is National NGO working with local communities to promote peace, stability, resilience, sustainable development through activities of Saving Life, Sustainable and Durable Solutions of humanitarian aid, recovery and development, by focusing on main sectors of Peace Building, FSL, Health & Nutrition, WASH, Education, and Capacity Development & Consultation Services.

HOPE Sudan Values and Principles:

  1. Respect and acceptance of others.
  2. Volunteerism and commitment.
  3. Transparency and accountability.
  4. Participation and Cooperation.
  5. Objectivity and Professionalism.

HOPE Sudan Objectives:

  1. To enhance capacity of community actors on Peace Building and Natural Resource Management through formulate/ activate Community-based Reconciliation Mechanism and Community Management Committees.
  2. To empowerment of vulnerable Women and Youth through improvement of their livelihoods assets.
  3. To Supporting delivery of primary health care services and maternal & child health services.
  4. To reduce acute food insecurity and malnutrition for children under five and women of reproductive age.
  5. To improvement of water sources, sanitation and hygiene in areas of rural and affected by conflict.
  6. To improvement of the education environment and support local efforts to upgrade formal and non-formal education.
  7. To contribute in strengthen the capacity of youth led organizations and CBOs, to improve their management and quality of performance, and provide consultation of Baseline Survey, Conflict Analysis, Evaluation etc..

HOPE Sudan Means and Methods:

  1. Training Workshop Courses and Community Dialogue.
  2. Community Exchange Visits.
  3. Exhibitions and Theater activity.
  4. Campaigns and advocacy.
  5. Coordination and networking.
  6. Research and Social Studies.
  7. Arts, music, drama and media.
  8. Humanitarian aid, recovery and development projects.

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