UKAM Partner Capacity Assessment Terms of Reference (TOR)*

Christian Aid has been working in Sudan and the current South Sudan since the 1970s. In 2008, before the independence of South Sudan, a field office was opened in Juba to facilitate the organization’s projects and activities in the Southern part of the country. Christian Aid works to bring lasting change to the lives of the poorest conflict-affected communities in hard-to-reach and the worst affected areas.

Christian Aid works globally for profound change that eradicates the causes of poverty, striving to achieve equality, dignity and freedom for all, regardless of faith, race or nationality. We work with partners to implement an integrated and innovative Programme to address Poverty, Power including using our Prophetic voices. In South Sudan, through our local partners including ecumenical partners of the ACT Alliance including Caritas network in South Sudan to achieve transformation from violence to peace and saving lives of crisis-affected communities.

Christian Aid has received £ 2.6M funding from UK Aid to implement a nutrition-sensitive agriculture project in Aweil North and Jur River counties of Northern and Western Bahr El Chazal states respectively. This nutrition-sensitive agriculture project aims to contribute to improved nutrition outcomes for women and girls of childbearing age and children under five years. To do this, Christian Aid is implementing a holistic program that increases the resilience to the risk of undernutrition by using an inclusive and integrated nutrition-sensitive approach that promotes individual, household and community resilience to the risks of undernutrition. This will be achieved through multi-sectoral linkages, increased integration through implementation of strategies to address underlying causes of undernutrition, empowering women, girls, men and their households to improve their household nutrition and care practices, access to diverse nutritious food, safe water and sanitation, health services, and overcome gender and social norms barriers. Furthermore, this project also strengthens the capacity of the nutrition departments in the two counties to improve the coordination and delivery of nutrition services.

For detailed info, refer to the attached.UKAM Partners Capacity Assessment TOR.pdf (699.9 KB)