Star Trust Organization Food Security,
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WHO WE ARE

Star Trust Organization (STO) is a South Sudanese founded organization based in Yambio, South Sudan. STO started in 2010 as a community-based initiative intended to promote self-reliance by harnessing and utilizing local resources for rural development.

Agribusiness & Economic Empowerment
Water & Environment
Food Security, Livelihood & Nutrition
STO focuses on empowering communities
to boost food production ,build livelihoods ,improve incomes and increase access to safe and clean water.

Sustainable Agriculture For Economic Resiliency (SAFER)

Sustainable Agriculture For Economic Resiliency (SAFER) that is being implemented by STO, facilitated by FAO and funded by USAID is a project that focusses on promoting sustainable livelihoods of the rural population through interventions which aim to strengthen the resiliency and boost the productivity of different households in suitable enterprises. The project is playing a key role in supporting agriculture …

Smallholder Agriculture Market Support (SAMS)

Sustainable Agriculture For Economic Resiliency (SAFER) that is being implemented by STO, facilitated by FAO and funded by USAID is a project that focusses on promoting sustainable livelihoods of the rural population through interventions which aim to strengthen the resiliency and boost the productivity of different households in suitable enterprises. The project is playing a key role in supporting agriculture …

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What
We have done so far?

This is our result from
2010 up to now.

400+Women trained in Sustainable livelihood skills
50KHomes Protected
532+Children Associated with Armed Forces & Armed Groups (CAAFAG) Supported.
3KYouth Involved
15KVegetable Seeds, Fishing Kits & Tools
36KVulnerable households reached with crop

COVID UPDATE

We have reached 15,000 vulnerable households (8,628 females and 6,372 males) with different varieties of seeds that includes Vegetable seeds of Onion, Okra, Eggplant, Amaranth, Collard, Tomatoes, Watermelon and Pumpkins, the crops seed of Cowpeas, Sorghum and Maize. We also gave out tools that included Molada, hoes, rakes, and sickle.

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OUR BLOG

Battling Food Insecurity & Boosting Rural Economy In South Sudan

South Sudan is experiencing very dreadful food insecurity caused by the paralyzing effect of the COVID19 pandemic, Desert locust, floods, … Read More

Bridging Gender Inequality through Market Access

The limited market opportunity fueled by the strict cultural norms that relegate women to household duties in South Sudan is … Read More

A Single Mother Rewrites her Story with Vegetable Production in Yambio

Despite the surge in the new cases of Corona Virus in South Sudan, a young woman in Gangura, a small … Read More

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