• SSPP’s main fields of intervention

    SSPP’s main fields of intervention


Tackling key societal challenges

Operating in Kajo-Keji and Magwi Counties, located in the Central and Eastern Equatorial States respectively, SSPP effectively tackles key societal challenges such as mental health, psychosocial well-being, gender-based violence (GBV), HIV/AIDS and human rights through advocacy, social and behavioural change communication and community-based interventions to foster resilience.

Working in partnerships to reach the most disadvantaged

In partnership with local and international organisations including the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) South Sudan, Basic Needs Foundation, Breadsticks Foundation UK, Flora Family Foundation, Institute for Promotion of Civil Society, Oxfam Novib, the Swiss Academy for Development (SAD) and the Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation (TPO) Uganda, among others, SSPP is reaching out to the most disadvantaged communities and target groups. These range from vulnerable children, women and refugees to returnees and former combatants.

Founded in 2004

The South Sudan Psychosocial Program was founded in 2004 with its head office in Kajo-Keji and is not affiliated to any political institutions. SSPP is officially registered with the South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (SSRRC) as a non-profit organisation.

Our vision

We envision that survivors of war and organised violence in South Sudan have the right to access psychosocial support and mental health care services.

Our mission

Promote and provide quality and sustainable psychosocial and mental health care services to survivors of war and organised violence in South Sudan.

Our core values

Confidentiality of clients
Gender sensitivity
Appreciating cultural diversity
Respect for clients we serve
Dedication and commitment