2021 Annual Report - South Sudan
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
South Sudan experienced heightened multiple shocks as the COVID-19 pandemic plowed on through 2021. That compounded the suffering of its over 12 million population, but these debilitating challenges did not deter World Vision from fulfilling our commitment and Our Promise to South Sudan's children. The accomplishments herein are fruits of joint, collaborative efforts with our various partners, donors and stakeholders.
2021 Impact Snapshot:
- 2.1 million people reached with various activities
- 1.5 million people, including 562,494 children, reached with COVID-19 prevention interventions
- 1.4 million people, including 834,779 children, reached with livelihood interventions
- 1.4 million children, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers reached with nutrition programmes
- 380,000 people reached through water, sanitation and hygiene services
- 147,667 people reached through protection and advocacy programmes
- 10,000 people supported through engagement with faith actors
"The report highlights encouraging progress and clear impact in sectors such as Health, WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), Food Security and Livelihoods, as well as Food Assistance" - Dr. Mesfin Loha, Country Director.