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Foundation For Youth Initiative
Foundation for Youth Initiative (FYI) non governmental organization established in 2011, registered in South Sudan with the Ministry of Justice, Relief and Rehabilitation Commission and NGOs Forum to carry out development programs designed to enlarge opportunities for community development. Foundation for Youth Initiative has been implementing a number of programs; including capacity-building projects for grass root entities; child protections, food security and livelihood; peace building initiatives, education and functional adult literacy; rule of law plus good governance, health and sanitation among others.
We are committed to provide quality services to both our internal and external partners by continuously improving our systems and procedures and creating the necessary climate for sustainable development.
We aim for imparting quality and timely services with a high standard of professionalism, integrity, independence, objectiveness, trust and confidentiality.
FYI is currently implementing a 5 year Livelihoods Program under Capacity Building Program for Community Development Institutions with support from United States African Development Foundation (USADF). It has recently signed a grant agreement with Justice Africa to build its internal capacity, particularly in development of its five-year strategic action plans. It has also signed a 3-year partnership with Global Communities/CHF. FYI also works closely with the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative and Internews.
Farmer Cooperatives & Enterprises Funded
$ Expended on projects
Members Livelihoods Improved
Foundation for Youth Initiative is a youth focus national NGO founded in 2011. In scope, it’s a small Foundation but effective in delivering services to unprivileged communities in South Sudan. In the past, FYI has worked on projects with PACT, Justice Africa, and International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Canada High Commission, Embassy of Norway and the Embassy of Denmark. Currently, it partners with InterNews and United States African Development Foundation(USADF) (other Partners listed below).
It is managing a Community Development Institutions Program with the funding that goes beyond emergency interventions. The grants from USADF support over eleven smallholder farmer cooperatives in South Sudan whose total membership size shots over 10,000. Our NGO is opened to creating more partnerships in order to achieve our aims.
The USADF program in South Sudan is currently concentrating in the Greater Equatoria region, comprising of the following states: Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria and Western Equatoria. In year 3 as per our strategic plan, USADF and FYI will revisit this strategy with the possibility of extending to additional states.
It's program focuses on cassava, sesame, groundnuts and vegetables. A limited number of projects will be considered in value chains outside of these four commodities particularly gum Arabic, Shea nuts, coffee and other strategic commodities.
Plot No. 60 & 61, Hai Thoura
Buluk – Hai Thoura Road, Juba, South Sudan