Leap for Life’s is a non-profit organization that welcomes and supports Returnees and IDPs entering South Sudanese. Leap For Life’s one of the local welcoming organisation for returnees, IDPs and other groups. The organisation is locally initiate by local people and run by local people inclusively bringing various communities working together.it is a people Project works to organize community structure, youths, women to develop and realise their own dreams that serves, widows, aged people, orphans, child mother, disable and other disadvantage group.
The organization has been officially launched the organisation on 14/09/2021 in Torit Eastern Equatorial South Sudan, where hundreds, of South Sudanese, Self-repatriated retunes, humanitarian returnees, IDPS, locals, Nongovernmental organisation, Local Government representative, and all various communities attended Leap For Lifes opening day for returnees and IDPS project, (Reintegration and Local Settlement).
We are writing to various UNHCR – Officers hosting South Sudanese refugees, seeking immediate support to our Operational Support to spearhead the preparation of welcoming for Repatriation and Reintegration Activities that leap for life’s south Sudan is focused on. The organisation is a local initiateAs of the end of April 2018, there were 296,748 refugees in South Sudan and 1.76 million internally displaced South Sudanese who were forced to flee their homes but did not cross an international border.
On UNHCR Report, and we confirmed that, throughout 2018, we expect the operational environment in South Sudan to remain unpredictable and complex and the humanitarian situation to continue to deteriorate meaning there will be an increasing number of people who need assistance. Also, a struggle for natural resources could potentially escalate into tensions as a growing number of host communities live around the camps in search of access to clean water, healthcare and education. yesterday, 14/09/202, Leap For Lifes’s supported 247 during the launching day of the organisation, which the organisation locally are able to contribute support that, disadvantage families are able to received non-food items, such as mattress, cloths, mates, soaps, wheel chairs, baby cloths, women cloths, men cloths, law vision cloths,. And our promise that welcome and (Reintegration and Local Settlement) hosting and inclusively engaging all communities as part of welcoming people back home will remain one of key priorities, and we aim to support more than 60 per cent of malnourished refugee children, supported 70 % of aged men and woman get shelter and basic need after UNHCR get them home, enrol 88 per cent of school age refugee children in primary education, and ensure 88 per cent of refugee households living in adequate shelters and unoccupied minors or orphans supported full.
We are ready to work in conjunction with UNHCR in various roles, engagement, to support people of south Sudan. We are very glad to have Norman Gideon, tearless working along with the local Government support, NGos, and community groups that we have seen the positive response from the communities as the organisation was Official opened in Torit South Sudan. The organisation have enough volunteers, and entire organisation is composed of volunteers ready to work for the community, but need of resourced to facilitate the organisation operation across Easter Equatorial region is our calling to UNHCR UN agency and other partners.
Our VISION: All Returns, disadvantage families and IDPS are protected, embraced and empowered in a world of just and welcoming communities in South Sudan (Eastern Equatorial Region)
Our MISSION: As a witness to God’s love for all people, we stand with and advocate for migrants and refugees, transforming communities through ministries of service and justice.