Along Gudele - Mundri Road,Juba, South Sudan.
Mon - Fri : 08.30 AM - 05.00 PM
// Mission //

Work for the development & empowerment of socio-economically disadvantaged & vulnerable people in South Sudan and assist them in addressing their poverty- Linked issues.

// Vision //

CEN envisions a “poverty -free, empowered & democratic society in South Sudan; Which is guide by the values of Equity, Accountability, Inclusion and Respect”

// Objectives //

Disaster Risk Reduction, Provide Timely Relief Assistance to Disaster Affected communities and Assist them for their Timely Rehabilitation and Early Recovery.
Promotion of Livelihoods and Explore Sustainable & Disaster Resilient Livelihood options.
Promotion of Education with Special Focus on Girls’ Education.
Promotion of Gender Equality & Women Empowerment, and Address Gender Based Violence Issues.

Provision of Accessible and clean drinking Water & quality sanitation Facilities and improvement of Community Physical Infrastructure.
Promotion of Child Protection, Rights of Children & youth Development and Address the issues related to Abuse and marginalization of Children, Adolescents and youth.
Promote Environment protection and Address Climate Change.

// Community Empowerment Network (CEN) Core Values //

In order to achieve its mission and to make its programs even more human-centered; Community Empowerment Network follows certain Values and guiding principles in all its interventions and dealings. These include the following:

Peace & Tolerance.
Participation & Inclusion.
Transparency & accountability.
Non - Discrimination.
Non- Violence.
Equity & Fairness


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// Networking and Partnership //

At Community Empowerment Network (CEN)

Partnerships are the heart-line of CEN. Community Empowerment Network refers “PARTNERS” to all those individuals, communities, organizations and departments who join hands for extending program interventions.

Beneficiary community, the line departments, national and international donors, the state governments and other key stakeholders from civil society are the best examples of CEN’s partners.

These partnerships help organization (Financially and technically) to achieve its mission.

Since its establishment in relevant and particularly if the program has any direct or indirect impacts on their lives.

The overall approach of work also identifies the gender sensitivities if any related to the program and strategically address the same.

CEN as its overall implementation approach takes carefully into account the local cultures and traditions and fully respect the same.

Following are the key elements of CEN program strategies & Work Approach;

i) Thematic Partnerships
ii) Social Mobilization/Community Participation
iii) Awareness Raising & Sensitization
iv) Capacity Building
v) Dialogues & Engagements
vi) Research & Publications
vii) Networking & Coalition Building
viii) Advocacy & Lobbying
ix) Review & Reflection