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31 Mar 2017 description

From March to August 2016, JCCP implemented a project to improve inter-ethnic relations through group vegetable growing; getting together IDPs and host community members to grow vegetables at a school in Juba, South Sudan.

Project Background:
The project site, Gumbo IDP camp, is located on the outskirts of Juba, the capital of South Sudan. The camp currently plays host to 3,500 IDPs, who have fled to the camp to escape domestic conflict zones, particularly those in the northern and southern parts of the country.

13 Feb 2015 description

The safety of women and children is threatened in the Mathare area of Kenya. Women and children are vulnerable to constant disputes caused by crimes and tribal conflicts. Therefore, anti-crime patrolling parties are working in order to protect their safety.

Training for anti-crime patrolling parties

14 Apr 2014 description

JCCP has started a field survey in Juba, the capital city of South Sudan, on 31st March 2014. Researchers will be sent to the field and will do some interview survey and data collection on the economic/social environment, the actual conditions of employment surrounding the youth since the end of last year, and the needs of support for the youth in the future including vocational training. Also note that this survey project will be sponsored by private donors.

14 Apr 2014 description

On March 20, 2014, JCCP started emergency assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (hereinafter referred as “IDPs”) in the Republic of South Sudan. JCCP is going to support livelihood of IDPs in Juba County and Terekeka County, Central Equatoria State through distribution of non-food item (NFI).. With grants from Japan Platform, this emergency assistance will be carried out until May 17.

28 Feb 2012 description

On 7th February 2012, JCCP launched a project for Psychosocial Support for Drought victims and Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in Bosasso, Somalia, through supporting Gender-Based Violence (GBV) survivors and other traumatized persons amongst the internally displaced persons. This project is funded by the Japan Platform. JCCP works in partnership with GRT, an Italian NGO that has rich experience and solid expertise in psychosocial support for IDP communities in Bossaso.

20 Jan 2002 description

Cameron Noble
Chief of International Affairs/Research Fellow