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NO TO VIOLENCE

NO TO SILENCE

ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

South Saharan Social Development Organization (SSDO) is deeply committed to making development happen for women, youth and children.

FEATURED  PROJECTS

RADIO SCHOOL

EMPOWERING ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND BOYS THROUGH THE RADIO

South Saharan's Radio School is a programme where curriculum based classes are being aired on the radio so that children can have access to quality education and get the same quality of learning as children in better schools. 

THE AWAKENING PROGRAM

GET INVOLVED; JOIN THE CONVERSATION

The Awakening helps young people inteprete and participate in the implementation of government policies and programmes. The radio programme inspires young people with the right information to get involved in nation building, governance and decision making.  

SISTER GUARDIAN INITIATIVE

WOMEN HELPING WOMEN TO OVERCOME VIOLENCE

2 in 5 women experience violence from their lovers at some point in their life. South Saharan through the Sister Guardian Initiative is committed to helping women rise above domestic violence.

JACOB'S WELL

FINANCIAL AID FOR COMMUNITY WOMEN

Jacob’s Well is an economic empowerment programme designed to help women in growing their existing businesses through a micro-credit scheme.

JOB VACANCY
Programme Officer

Call for application from suitably qualified candidates for the position of programme officer
Application Deadline: 1st May, 2017

BLOG FEATURES

CORRUPTION AND THE COMMON MAN

THE NIGERIAN SITUATION

Corruption is a cancer to development anywhere in the world. It destroys the destiny of future generations and locks the present generation in a maze of darkness and underdevelopment. This is the reason many countries in the world are treating corruption like a fugitive that should be given no hiding place. 

OLA NDI IGBO

 Celebrating excellence and innovation


Ola Ndi Igbo aims to foster a world of growth, innovation and sustainable development while identifying voices and ideas that are shaping the next generation.

 YOUTH AND THE BUDGET

Bridging the gap between young people and the budgeting process

For many young people, discussions about budget and national spending is like playing reggae in the midst of blues. While many a youth will prefer a discussion on football, movies or some fun activity, only a handful are interested in understanding the role of young people in budgeting or how they can get involved in the budget process.

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