We are a South Sudanese non-profit organization that empowers women and girls as essential linkages in any stable society.
To inspire and empower women and girls, youth and children and strengthen resilience as we end violence and exploitation in the vulnerable communities.
Every girl and Woman have the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential and participate in and contribute to all aspects of life.
Our agency has been present for over 4 years. We make the best for all women in South Sudan
What We Do
African Indigenous Women Empowerment (AIWE) is a woman led community-based organization founded by a group of women who envisaged empowering women and girls as essential linkages in any stable society. The idea of forming AIWE initially was to reach out to the women and girls in South Sudan. Its fully established and registered by the Government of South Sudan under Relieve and Rehabilitation Commission Act in June 2018, Registration number 1,657.
Enhancing the economic resilience of vulnerable women, men and youths through trainings in South Sudan.
(mainstreaming in all activities)
Building resilience and improving the livelihoods of the vulnerable and affected women, girls and youths in South Sudan.
Food Security and Livelihoods
(skills training and food/farm supplies)
Training of beneficiaries in Conservation gardening and provision of farm inputs.
For Every Children
Offering scholarships , training women and Supply of school and food items to the vulnerable youths in school
At AIWESS, all staff respects their professional code of ethics and maintain complete independence from political, economic or religious powers.
As a charity organisation, AIWES highlights the risks and dangers of the missions its staff carry out as they serve beneficiaries and no staff make claim for any form of compensation other than that which the organisation affords.