ONAD Organization for Nonviolence and Development
Kololo Road off US Consulate, Juba Nabari Juba Nabari, Block No. 4, House No. 203
Ansprechpartner: Light Wilson Aganwa
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
ONAD is acronym for Organization for Nonviolence and Development (formerly known as SONAD Sudanese Organization for Nonviolence and Development. SONAD was founded in 1994 in Khartoum at the peak of civil war. It started as an initiative of South Sudanese students among internally displaced persons. It was legally registered in 2004
Our vision is a nonviolent and peaceful society where every person has access to basic rights.
Our mission is: ONAD works with vulnerable people in South Sudan to promote nonviolence and peaceful co-existence through training and advocacy.
ONAD works for "a nonviolent, peaceful and democratic country". Since 2006, ONAD has been carrying out peace-building and democratization programs in Southern Sudan through trainings and advocacy in:
• Nonviolence and Peace Building (NPB)
• Governance and Civic Education (GCE)
• Community Empowerment and Gender (CEG)
• Internal Organizational Development (IOD) of ONAD.
• Alternatives to Violence Project AVP): Role plays and practical exercises are the main elements of these workshops where sharing experiences and learning from each other are in the focus.
Light Wilson Aganwa is a Member of the Board of Directors.
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.