Green Planet South Sudan (GPSS)


By 2025, we should have influenced and fully engage the policy makers at all levels to prioritise climatic changes and environmental challenges 

By 2030, we should have achieved community best practices on natural resources management 

By 2030, we should have achieved 70% community participation in agro forestry to mitigate the effects of climate change 

By 2030, five million trees would have been planted in our coverage locations to prevent fluctuation in rainfall Patten and temperature raise

By 2030, food security will normalise within our coverage.

By 2030, infectious disease morbidity and mortality due to poor sanitation among vulnerable communities of our coverage would have reduced reduce by 60% or more

NB: Through policy makers, community and the donor constructive engagement, we expect to achieve the above targets by 60% and above 

We envisage a South Sudan free from suffering resulting from climate change triggered by unsustainable human activities on natural environment. 

How do we achieve this?

We work towards creating a greener habitat for all by engaging policy makers, communities and advocating and campaigning for massive planting of trees across the south Sudan. We advocate for the use of alternative energy sources, such as solar and wind to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases

We achieve this by policy advocacy and building support from all those who are bothered by issues that affects climate change. We solicit funds to implement activities related to our mission and objective.