World Vision South Sudan 2022 Annual Report
In 2022, South Sudan’s fragility continued to exacerbate as the country reeled from the increasing threats and impact of climate change and conflict, resulting to increased hunger, displacements, and outbreaks of diseases. All these affect children and communities in many parts of the country.
Highlighted in this report are evidences of impact on how World Vision South Sudan has remained steadfast on its commitment to deliver its promise — improve the lives of 3 million children by 2025 — as it pursued programs and projects focusing on emergency relief, recovery, and resilience. World Vision worked with partners in supporting the well-being of children and communities, and the impact of our interventions in food security and livelihoods, health and nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene, and education with the integration of protection, peacebuilding, and faith and development.