Key Activities: Drilling bore holes Rehabilitation boreholes Providing materials for the construction of household latrines by members of the community through CLTS Publishing and dispersing hygiene and sanitation posters Holding hygiene and sanitation workshops Distributing hand-washing devices and hygiene kits Formation and Training of Water User Committees Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), has been used by PCO with a modified approach that encourages residents to use their own resources, as much as possible, but we provide the construction materials. Our WASH programs in the Warrap, WEBG, Lakes and Boma states have helped to reduce cholera and diarrheal cases in these areas due to increased access to clean portable water and sanitation facilities, including intensive hygiene promotion services
Activities. 1. meeting with the stakeholders, youth, women and local chiefs 2. mobilization to address a range of situations that are caused or influenced by traumatic events 3. Establish/ construct/ renovate court halls 4. Establish and rehabilitate police stations 5. sensitization on effects of conflict and conflict related suffering Printing T-shirts and Flyers and burners with peace messages Training of chief, youths and women on peace building Faciitate border peace conferences Introduction of games and sports for youth Life skills training for youth and adolescents Awareness raising, assistance, and counseling Protection awareness-raising and prevention messaging CBP preparedness and protection risk mitigation peace building and peaceful co-existence
Enable households to access and use the stainable agricultural practices and inputs that increase crop and or livestock production and quality Provide training and extension services to identified farmer groups cooperative and or individuals in various aspects of g a p i p m s a w s w m post-harvest handling and management seeds serving community-based seed production and marketing Improved livestock production through provision of animal health services and improved access to animal resources and capacity building Community animal health workers Provide appropriate Technical startup Support Services i e Linking elected Enterprises to source of foundation seed quality control extension e t c Training of community best extension workers on improved agronomic practice
Key Activities: Rehabilitation of damaged school facilities Construction of Temporary Learning Spaces Mobilizing communities to rehabilitate their own schools. Constructing new and sanitary school kitchens including stores Distribution of teaching and learning materials, including furniture Psychosocial support and messaging Training of PTAs and School Management Committees Accelerated Learning Programme(ALP) WASH in Schools Most of these activities have been implemented with the support from UNICEF, South Sudan Humanitarian Fund(SSHF) among others. PCO is currently the focal point for education cluster in WBeG and Warrap States.
Our Key activities are: Outpatient consultation for common diseases, Antenatal care, uncomplicated/normal delivery post-harvest Routine immunization, vitamin A supplementation, promotion of adequate infant and young child feeding and caring behaviours, and use of long lasting insecticide treated nets, Natal care, and mass vaccination. Outpatient servicesfor TB, screening and management of HIV patients provide psyco-social support, undertake basic management SGBV survivors Construction of maternities/OPD/admision wards, Provide inpatient care, minor surery and observation ward injury care and mass casualty management, support to county health departments and strengthening of the health systems, IDSR and referal. Health communication and awareness creation, supplies and operating subsidies and cold chain mainrenance.
Our key activities are: To promote behaviour change communication through use of nutrition information IEC materials. Councelling of adolescent girls, boys women, men including care givers on nutrition that includes maternal infant and young child nutrition promotion on EBF and complementary feeding Establish of mother to mother support group (MTMSG) since mothers are intergral part of care and nutrition in children ,Prevention of micro-nutrient deficiencies, children, women and adolesence access micro-nutrients, this includes provision of vitamin A suppliments to chidren, folic acid to prevent anaemia to girls, women ofchild bearing ages and PLW , Provision of dewarming suppliments. Capacity building on CMAM/MIYCN with an aim of improving quaity care. Establish Kitchen gardening to MTMSG.Rehabilitate and refubrish static OTPs and establishing baby friendly spaces.
Our key activities here are; To conduct awareness campaign to inform the community of impending distribution include locations dates and time to ensure all beneficiaries are informed conduct identification, orientation and hiring of community volunteers to assist in distribution conduct distribution of ES/NFI's material to the beneficiaries. Conduct training of beneficiaries on income-generating activities such as energy saving cooking stoves to improve livelihoods and conserve the environment. procure local shelter materials construct shelters to be identified beneficiaries. Improve the living conditions of Highly vulnerable protracted IDPs, returnees,and host communities/ affected non-displaced, who are unable to meet their S/NFI needs. conduct community-led CFM's conduct rapid monitoring and Post Distribution monitoring assessment using ASAP tools.
Main activities here are; Conduct refresher training to project staff on the case management process including CPIMS+ with focus on gender, inclusion, forms, and famiy tracing and reunification process. Capacity building session for facilitators as well as all staff- identifiying and providing comprehensive case management services to vulnurable children, including unaccompanied and seperated children.