World Vision South Sudan’s overall goal is to improve the lives of three million of the most vulnerable children by 2025. World Vision applies a multi-sector approach focusing on food security and livelihoods, peacebuilding and protection, health and nutrition, and education. Its food security and livelihoods approach uses a gender-transformative and socially inclusive lens that seeks to increase assets for vulnerable populations (including displaced and host communities), increase food production and utilization, expand access to markets and economic opportunities, strengthen integrated early warning systems, and improve climate adaptation and climate-smart agriculture.
As co-lead of the Food Security and Livelihoods Cluster, World Vision is deeply committed to contributing to the humanitarian architecture in this space and looks forward to supporting the development and evolution of SEADS in-country.
The SEADS Point of Contact for World Vision International – South Sudan is Isaac Jebaseelan, Food Security and Livelihoods Cluster Co-Coordinator.