Nutrition Program
South Sudan faces a chronic nutrition crisis driven by many inter-related factors, including: rising food insecurity; high morbidity rates; limited access to safe water and sanitation; and declining availability of health
Education Program
Since the conflict erupted in December 2013, some 1.17 (UNICEF and UNESCO put this figure at 2 million) million children aged 3 to 17 years have lost access to education. The Primary Net Enrolment rate is now 43.5% due to
Healthcare Program
Health care and health systems in South Sudan are faced with great challenges. Since the 2013 returned wars, more than five million people in South Sudan need humanitarian healthcare services

About CMD

Christian Mission for Development (CMD) is a registered non-profit, humanitarian, and development organization based in Juba, South Sudan. CMD was founded in 2005 following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement – CPA. Since then, CMD has been operational in communities as a humanitarian and development organization mitigating suffering, embarking on providing lifesaving assistance and holistic services to most vulnerable communities focusing especially on women, children, and youths in South Sudan. Since then, CMD has reached over 1.9 million people in Greater Upper Nile and Greater Equatoria with emergency, recovery, and developmental programming.

To make a tangible impact, CMD works in collaboration with others to build resilient communities with the hope to become self-sufficient, and to increase the pool of community facilitators with a zeal to transform the wider society out of extreme poverty, hunger, illiteracy, and diseases, and to improve social amenities, welfare, and economic livelihoods.

Our Vision

CMD envisions empowered, holistically transformed and economically self-reliant communities growing in unity and diversity

Our Mission

CMD exists to inspire, empower and transform communities through the provision of holistic social services while strengthening resilience for self-reliance

We Help Thousands Of Children To Get Their Education

Since conflict erupted in December 2013, some 1.17 (UNICEF and UNESCO put this figure at 2 million) million children aged 3 to 17 years have lost access to education. The Primary Net Enrolment rate is now 43.5% due to conflict, displacements, lack of trained teachers, inadequate supplies, and disruption of education services fueled by the economic crisis.

In addition, some 124,100-refugee children in South Sudan will need education assistance in 2018 onward. Affected People of South Sudan school-aged children (3 to 18 years old) have been endangered and had their education disrupted by conflict and displacement. Adolescent boys and young men are particularly vulnerable to recruitment by armed actors.

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