Hands of Grace South Sudan - PROJECT

About Project

Project Hands of Grace is a Non-profit organization that seeks to empower women in the South Sudan by providing education to both the women and their children and assisting the women to establish business opportunities to promote economic stability and sustainability.

Project Hands of Grace South Sudan is in the process of seeking a grant to fund a solar panel project in the community center that would increase the capacity of the adult literacy program. By installing solar panels in the community center, Hands of Grace will be able extend courses into the evening, offering adult literacy classes to an additional 100 students within one year’s time.

Hands of Grace will also use the extended hours at the community center to offer additional computer skills training courses to the community.


Vocational Studies

Hands of Grace Peace Orphan provides a variety of vocational training through local schools for women who wish to continue their studies or learn specific skills. Courses vary according to a woman's particular interests. To date, courses have included catering, hairstyling and salon management, tailoring, knitting, computer and general office skills studies.

For & 150 you can support a teacher's salary for one month in Project Hands of Grace South Sud


In this course women will have 2 -month course in catering and restaurant management.


The tailoring course costs approximately $350 plus additional expenses for women and fabric.

Women's Empowerment Projects

Programs to promote equality between men and women. Hands of Grace have designed and led workshops focusing on issues such as financial literacy, income generation, health and hygiene education, family planning, and adult literacy.

South Sudan, officially the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East Africa. Its capital and largest city is Juba.

South Sudan is bordered by Ethiopia to the east; Kenya to the southeast; Uganda to the south; the Democratic Republic of the
Congo to the southwest; the Central African Republic to the west; and Sudan to the north.

South Sudan includes the vast swamp region of the Sudd formed by the White Nile, locally called the Bahr al Jabal. What is now South Sudan was part of the British and Egyptian condominium of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan and became part of the Republic of the Sudan when independence was achieved in 1956.
It joined the African Union on 28 July 2011. South Sudan is one of the poorest countries with possibly the worst health situation in the world.Hands of Grace South Sudan is working with Non -Governmental Organization based in South South and the almost all community or Villages will benfite from it.


Our Mission

The goal of Hands of Grace is to build a global community of women, faculties, community activists  engaged in the search for solutions to the most pressing global issues of our women articulated in the South Sudan Development Goals.

The progarm of tranining women throught communication with the outside global community of women around the world such that they will become a leaders of South Sudan citizen.

Start Up Loans for Women

Supporting enterprenuer by providing the seed money for a loan allows her the opportunity to create a sustainable source of income .When the women pay back the loan to Project Hands of Grace the money is then loaned to another woman to invest in her business initiative. Your donation will continue to make an impact for years to come.Capital investment is needed to create even the smallest business.Capital investment is needed to create even the smallest business. For most of the women in South Sudan,Without collateral and often, with limited education or no educaton these women are denied the opportunities to become entrepreneurs and thus, to become breadwinners.

Loan use the funds to start viable small businesses.

Other women have used loans to brew the local beer and set up neighborhood bars, build a water kiosk, import charcoal from the Easter Equtoria to sell locally.Vocational training will receive loans to buy sewing and knitting machines, set up restaurants and open beauty salons. With their newly acquired skills and capital, these women now have the means to transform their lives. The loans are only limited by the entrepreneurial of the women in South Sudan.

Project Agricultural

With capital provided by Hands of Grace the women will soon completed their training and each manages four gardens. In the gardens, they typically grow spinach, onions, (a green similar to cabbage), and occasionally, carrots,(a cross between a tomato and an eggplant and okra.To feed her


When the gardens are fully planted, each woman earns an income of approximately US$ 20 per week. Currently, the women only sell the produce within the South Sudan local market, but they plan to sell in surrounding markets once they have sufficient vegetables.

To visit the South Sudan Villiages and Training Programme. They hoped to learn how Villiage projects could be more successfully incorporated into Hands of Grace programming in the South Sudan. Of all the programs there, the women were most inspired by the greenhouse. They saw it as an opportunity to grow a large crop of tomatoes, a widely consumed food, in a small area by growing them vertically in an enclosed greenhouse.

Hands of Grace enlisted the help of agricultural professionals to construct a Garden Community members were trained in the construction of the garden. They also need to received instruction, through several training sessions, on planting and transplanting seeds, crop management, nursery maintenance, pruning, disease prevention, and harvesting.

Hands of Grace will arranged for members to receive training from three local teachers. With capital provided by Hands of Grace the women bought 100 packets of seeds. They also constructed a building to house the gardens - a projects costing approximately $650.

Harvesting Process

  1. Step 1: Plant seeds in soil and cover with grass. Wait approximately 2 to 3 weeks.

  2. Step 2: Sew 2 jute bags together to form one large bag.

  3. Step 3: Fill the jute bag to the brim with soil and cut several holes throughout the bag 3" to 4" apart.

  4. Step 4: Transplant a seedling into each hole along the sides and all over the top.

  5. Step 5: After approximately a week, spray the bag with pesticide.

  6. Step 6: Continue watering. The vegetables will grow for about a month before they are ready to pick. They will continue to grow for 2 to 3 months, depending on the season (rainy vs. dry).

  7. Step 7: After the first month, plant new seeds to augment the balcony garden so the cycle continues u

    Sack Garden Materials

    1. Jute bags

    2. Seeds

    3. Soil

    4. Sterilizing drums

    5. Wheel barrows

    6. Hoes


    1. Watering cans

    2. Sewing needles and string


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