Universal Synergy for Humanity Organization (USHO) is a non-profit, non-governmental, national organization (NNGO) that was established in 2015 in the Republic of South Sudan two years after the 2013 crisis to response to the escalating crisis in the country through its intervention in the area of peace building by promoting dialogues, providing humanitarian needs to the affected populations and the internally displaced persons in South Sudan.
The organization works to promote quality education, good health as well as protection, promotion and fulfillment of human rights of all in the country and beyond.
Internally displaced persons
Universal Synergy for Humanity is assisting IDPS with emergency shelters and NFIs.
USHO assists IDPs and communities’ children and youth to access quality, equitable and protective education.
Facilitates and participate in child protection rapid assessment (CPRA) of child protection concerns and the CP context.
USHO is an active participant contributing to change in local context with regard to substantive peace.
Mobilizes funding to; support health facilities and health care providers and advocates for the right to primary health care services for all citizens.
Food security and livelihoods
USHO is also advocating and designing food security and livelihoods programs/projects for interventions.
Gender-Based Violence (GBV)
Mobilize men and women act to address harmful practices encouraging GBV, practice of early marriage and reduce prevalence of FGM amongst young girls in areas targeted by USH.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
Building the capacity of communities and local authorities through training on WASH to ensure improvement access to water and sanitation.
A world in which every individual attain the right and access to protection, education, sanitation, sustainable livelihoods, and critical lifesaving services for sustainable development.
To strengthen humanitarian needs to avert the suffering of women, children, olds and other vulnerable persons including those with disabilities to achieve long term positive change of their lives.