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Green Dream is Voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit organization. It was established in 2018 and registered officially in Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC)
25 000 - 100 000 USD
Abdalla Yahia Ahmed
` Green Dream Organization (GDO) - Profile -2021
1. Contact Information:
Green Dream Organization (GDO)
T. NO: 4250 , HAC
Name: Mr., Mustafa Mohamed Suleiman
Tel.: +249123179747, Mobile: +249912880657
Name: Mr. Abdalla Yahia Ahmed
Position: Program manager
Tel.: +249923528352, Mobile: +0129293625
White Nile Office: House No. (6), Block (63), El-Obeid Street, Kosti- White Nile state.
Our Field work
Environment, FSL, Education and WASH.
Khartoum Bank – Kosti – 2281524
2. Background of GDO:
Green Dream Organization (GDO) Founded from A group of active youth combined with a dream of a green Sudan, a clean and healthy environment and a community that lives in peace. Green Dream is Voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit organization. It was established in 2018 and registered officially in Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) on 2019.
Since its foundation, GDO has been working effectively among the communities towards spreading its message of the importance of agriculture and its role in developing the national economy, improving the per capita income, reaching the stage of self-sufficiency, and achieving its vision of Sudan Green, increase access to basic services and providing assets of livelihoods. GDO programs emphasize the role of youth, children and women in Sudan.
GDO programs emphasize the role of youth, children and women in Sudan. It works in sectors of Environment, FSL, Education, Health and WASH. GDO targeted beneficiaries from diverse ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds. Most of GDO members are Youth. The staff members of GDO have received intensive training on organizational management in the framework of NGOs, Project Cycle Management (PCM) and technical issues of GDO field work.
5. Vision statement:
Sudan Green, clean and healthy environment where a society enjoy living in peace.
6. Mission statement:
To strengthening and empowering the community, especially the vulnerable, to enjoy a green Sudan, a clean and healthy environment, and a society living in peace of Environment, FSL, Education, Health and WASH.
through multidimensional programs that were planned to support them, by focusing on main sectors
7. GDO Values:
1. Respect and acceptance of others.
2. Volunteerism and commitment.
3. Transparency and accountability.
4. Participation and Cooperation.
5. Objectivity and Professionalism.
8. GDO Objectives:
1. To encourage and support home farming & school garden.
2. To improvement of water sources, sanitation and hygiene especially in schools & rural areas.
3. To improvement of the education environment and support local efforts to upgrade formal and non-formal education.
4. To empowerment of women and improve their livelihoods especially in communities affected by conflict.
5. To Supporting delivery of primary health care services and maternal & child health services.
6. To reduce acute food insecurity and malnutrition for children under five and women of reproductive age.
9. GDO Means and Methods:
1. Humanitarian aid, recovery and development projects.
2. Training Courses and forums.
3. Campaigns and advocacy.
4. Coordination and networking.
5. Research and Social Studies.
6. Arts, music, drama and media.
GDO is applying a unique set of leadership good practices guides and values but there are many other guiding principles to be incorporated in the organization working sphere in order to create more dynamic communal mechanisms for best decision making options. GDO is managed through:
1. General Assembly.
2. Board of Director.
3. Executive Management (Staff).
The organization’s General Assembly has a well-defined role in the constitution. Despite the Board of Director, members have roles and duties defined in the constitution but some management duties can be tackled indeed by available active committed members. Consultancy Council has an advisory role to oversee the overall progress made and provides directional guidance and advices to the Board of Director members the consultancy council is providing invaluable communication channel to GDO to reach advocacy and fund raising objectives.
GDO has an installed administrative and financial system which enables the organization to smoothly run its sectors and projects. During the organization life time very minor changes have been made to the system primarily because ongoing programs did not allow dramatic changes and also because in the very most of all times the system was functioning as it was expected.
Due to the expected programmatic horizontal and vertical expansion GDO general assembly has made a decision to apply administrative development plan to incorporate lessons learnt during the previous period and introduce new flexible advanced system enabling experience sharing and providing the best possible support to the sectors.
11. Executive committee Members, Gender and Positions:
Mustafa Mohamed Suleiman
Al-Baqir Ali Muhammad
Secretariat of Finance
Nazar Nader Alzain
Secretariat of Planning and Projects
Alia Ahmed Essa
Secretariat of Public relations
12. Sectors and Targets Groups:
1. Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) sector:
Type of activities
• GDO Have great experience working in food security and livelihood program .
• Capacity Development for farmers on the usage of agricultural technologies.
• Provision of agricultural inputs and services including distribute of stable crops seeds, vegetable seeds and agricultural planting & harvesting tools.
• Women Empowerment and Provision livelihood assets/ startup grant spices trade , and Festival renting equipment.
• Raise awareness and training on small business, agricultural extension, disaster risk reduction, plants protection & land management, livestock vaccination against common diseases, poultry keeping, marketing, and environmental reservation
Rural areas and vulnerable groups including IDPs and host communities, in addition to farmers and pastoralists, focusing on women head households.
• Vocational training for youth on Welding, Auto-mechanic,
Tractor repair & maintenance
• Business training and Entrepreneurship training
• Fishing activity (…………………………………)
• Provision of milking goats.
• Provision of livestock vaccination against common diseases.
• Microfinance, Income-generating and Savings & Lending Internal Community (SLIC).
• Food for Asset and Vocational training.
• Implementing the home garden and school farm projects.
Type of activities
• Natural resource management through community dialogue and formulate Community Based Resolution Mechanisms (CBRMs).
• Capacity building of the actors at localities-wide and communities on Peace Building, Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution.
• Conduct Peacebuilding community outreach by using community dialogue between community leaders, youth and women, as women coffee chat. Also, usage theatre activities, sports, film making, traditional songs & dance.
• Peace clubs for SSR living in camps and Host community .
• Exchange for peace through sport activities.
• Improve access to basic services and providing assets of livelihoods.
• Consultancy for Project Cycle Management on Conflict analysis, early warning system, conflict sensitivity, DO NO Harm, and Culture Diversity Management. 8. Training workshops on: • Peace Building and Conflict
Resolution including negotiation, conflict mitigation, conflict management, • Conflict Transformation including peaceful coexistence, reconciliation, and Management of Anger, Greif and Fear, • Healing and Rebuilding our Community from Trauma, • Alternative to Violence Projects Non-violence and Interfaith Dialogue.
Communities as well as
Community committees as well as Peace committee. • Youth and
3. Education sector:
Type of activities
• Construction/Rehabilitation/Rapier of Classrooms and improving the school environment in general.
• Provide semi-permanent of Classrooms.
• Provide Temporary Learning Space (TLS).
• Provide WASH facilities including hygiene promotion, latrines, hand washing facilities and safe drinking water points.
• Community campaigns on importance of education in general, children enrolment and education of girls.
• Provision of education in emergency materials including school textbooks, exercise books, equipment’s, teaching aids and recreation materials.
• Provide seating (desk and benches).
• Establish of child clubs focusing on lifesaving psychosocial support, fine arts, drama & games, peace & protection, hygiene promotion and leadership activities.
• Training on Education in Emergency (EiE), child protection, Psychosocial Support Services (PSS), teaching methods and core subjects (Mathematic and English Language).
• Training on psychosocial support services, school management, school co-management, sustainable use of natural resources.
• Support and Function of non-formal/ALP education by using reflect approach.
School aged children, teachers, Parent
Associations (PTAs) and actors on education sector.
4. Health sector:
Type of activities/services
• Attend patient consultations free of charge through provision of minimum basic package of PHC in addition to basic laboratory services.
• Procure and supply essential drugs & kits to targeted PHC clinics to address stock out in clinics.
• Minor rehabilitation PHC clinics.
• Protect the environment through medical waste management by incineration, universal precautions for infection prevention & control.
• Conduct in service training for health staff on emergency preparedness and response to common disease outbreaks.
• Conduct community health awareness sessions on prevention and mitigation of communicable diseases.
• Provide mobile PHC services for hard to reach/emergency affected communities where health facilities are in existence or inaccessible.
• Provide free quality child health services targeted PHC clinics including Immunization (and acceleration campaigns) and IMCI
• Provide free maternal (ANC, SBA, PNC) and reproductive health services including clinic management of rape survivors.
• Conduct orientation session for midwives on respectful health care during pregnancy & child birth.
• Procure and distribute clean delivery Kits to pregnant
• Nutrition for child under 5 years with malnutrition,
• School feeding,
PHC Clinics, Health providers, midwives, children, women.
5. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector:
Type of activities
• Construction & rehabilitation of water yards, hand pumps and hafirs.
• Training of community-based hand pumps mechanics.
• Construction & rehabilitation of permanent school latrines.
• Construction of emergency latrines in communities and schools.
• Facilitate construction of household's latrines with communities.
• Construction & rehabilitation of public & institutional latrines.
• Solid waste management.
• Provision of sanitary tools.
• Training of community based hygiene promotion volunteers.
• Formulation & training of water sources committees.
• Training & establishment of school hygiene clubs.
• Formulation & training of women groups on hygiene promotion.
• Organization of clean up campaigns.
• Distribution of hygiene kits.
• Using of Drama & songs for hygiene promotion.
• Distribution of NFIs for affected people by flooding
Vulnerable groups including IDPs, Refugees and host communities, in addition to schools and community institutions.
Type of activities
• Mobile awareness raising by using loudspeaker
• Focus group Discussion in some of gathering places
• Provision of face-masks and sanitizers to health workers & people
• Disinfection of the hospitals and Covid 19 isolated centres
Schools , Clubs , any gathering places , Market , Mosque Church and clinics for all peoples men women boys and
girls , children
7. Protection sector:
Type of activities
• GDO Have great experience working in gender-based violence(GBV)especially for rising awareness on GBV Issues.
• GDO was undertake More than seven FGD with Algnaa community the session was facilitated by specialized facilitators from CVAW .
• Capacity Development for Men and women on the GBV prevention
• Undertaking of Women coffee chat handling the issues related to GBV and address the GBV issues among the community .
• Women Empowerment and Provision livelihood assets/ start-up grant spices trade , and Festival renting equipment to encourage women decision making participation .
• GDO was apart of WNS protection sectors and participated on 16 days Campaign by different activities such as (exhibition reflect community culture , FGD on GBV , sessions on GBV Psychosocial Support session (PSS), open day reflection different trips culture , early marriage sessions , FGM sessions , Child and Women Rights .
• GDO conducted one open clinic days providing technical and specialized doctors , laboratory technicians, Nurses , free medicine and have early detection of breast cancer In addition to that GDO has full experience in child protection and undertake many of activities
• GDO conduct training in child rights to men ,women and teachers
• Undertaking session on Child right and issue related to child protection such as child Labour , physical and sexual abuse or exploitation
• Psychosocial Support Services (PSS).
• Training on psychosocial support and capacity building for women was conducted by specialized facilitators
• Moreover GDO has experience supporting the people with disabilities .
Rural areas and vulnerable groups including IDPs and host communities, South Sudanese Refugees people with disabilities
(Men , Women , Boys
• GDO was participated and supported the in coordination of celebration of blind general conference through providing technical and physical support
• Conducting of works hope on handcraft and computer skills .
• Producing of posters and flyers reflection the importance of dealing with them .