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Uganda, South Sudan
Education for Children Livelihoods Community Health
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I CAN South Sudan is a Multi Sector NGO devoted to advancing the well-being of displaced persons with special focus on vulnerable children and women. I CAN South Sudan was founded in 2017 by Refugee Youth in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Yumbe District in Uganda. The Organization was Incorporated as a Company Limited by Guarantee with Uganda Registration Service Bureau (URSB) in 2018, Registered and have MoU with Yumbe District and Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) Refugee Desk. In 2019, the Organization extended its services to South Sudan where it is Registered as a National Non Governmental Organization with Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) in Juba South Sudan


Current Partners

  1. Oxfam
  2. Misereor
  3. Planting Seeds of Love
  4. Jesus International Evangelical Ministry

Previous Partners

  1. UNHCR
  2. Field Ready
  3. Kids Rights
  4. IMatter

Organization Mission: “To advance and improve the well being, protection, survival and development of a displaced person. To inculcate sense of meaning, purpose and hope in the lives of vulnerable children”

Organization Vision: “A better everyday life for a displaced child”

Contact Person: Stephen Wandu Bimo

Contact Email: icankids829@gmail.com

Second Contact Person: Okumu Collins Latigo

Secondary Email: icankids829@gmail.com

Additional location: We have expanded our work from Refugee Settlement in Uganda to South Sudan and our Coordination office is in Juba in Central Equatoria State and Yambio, Ibba and Ezo in Western Equatoria State In our ongoing project funded by CoHERE, We have identified 300 disabled Children and are now assessing their conditions to enroll them in several services such as giving them assistive devices based on their different situation, enroll them in school and in home learning program. We have trained teachers and parents on how to help the children in school and at home. We have conducted awareness in the community on the disabled children to reduce the stigma they face in the community

Networks: West Nile Humanitarian Platform, SAWA Innovations Hub, Network of South Sudanese Civil Society Organizations in Uganda, Children Music Network, Charter for Change Working Group in Uganda, Education Cannot Wait Youth Constituency Sub Group, Global Refugee Network, South Sudan Civil Society Forum, Refugee Led Organizations Network, IMatter Campaign, Bright Future, Global Partnership on Education Youth Leaders, Grassroot Leadership Organization, Child Rights Coalition, Charter for Change Working Group in South Sudan, Uganda Learning, Evidence, Accountability and Research Network, Migrant, Immigrant & Refugee Rights Alliance (MIRR Alliance)

Network Emails: mirr-alliance-members@googlegroups.com, sawainnovationhub@gmail.com, info@ulearn-uganda.org, admin@charter4change.org, nd@chiddoss.org, mgarang@toch-ss.org, consortia2021c@gmail.com, omiachi@globalpartnership.org, bfuture.consortium@gmail.com, imattercampaigns@gmail.com, relonuganda20@gmail.com, bwingba@gmail.com, globalrefugeelednetwork@gmail.com, ecw_youth-led_subgroup@googlegroups.com, office@childrensmusic.org, r.damba@ngoforum.or.ug

Field Partners: Cohere

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