Refugee to Save a Nation (RSN) was founded in June of 2019 by a South Sudanese refugee. Inaugurated in Kakuma, refugee camp. RSN currently strives to make the Sudanese women and girls environment more proactive & effective through sustainable mechanisms and consistent support.
At the national level with ministries of education,gender and youth. International organization and communities to create long term sustainable change.
On financial systems that
perpetuate their discrimination,
health care education, women economic inclusion and women’s rights.
Communities on the significance of women participation in political and public life, harmful cultural practices and inclusion of women to peace tables.
Empower women to make their own decisions and act on their beliefs. Uphold their past experiences and use education to turn their experiences into action.
Track women and girls
on key social metrics aimed at tackling inequality in the
personnel, significant counselors
and resources that can be
Impacting the lives of women disadvantaged by social, political and economic circumstances through strengthening of families and transforming communities.
To actively contribute to the social, political and economic development of the women in the communities in which we operate.
Unity in diversity: We believe in and celebrate diversity in the NGO sector but will strive to achieve unity amongst NGOs and with other like-minded actors.
Gender and diversity: We recognise the need for our work to reflect and promote respect for gender and diversity issues.
Self-Sufficiency: As NGOs we strive and work towards sustainable development outcomes within the NGO sector.
Social Justice and Equity: We will work with other NGOs to promote equality, dignity and more just society, especially with regard to the poor and marginalised.
Accountability: We hold ourselves accountable to the highest level of ethical behaviour and responsibility for our actions, while maintaining integrity in our performance and advocating for same in public institutions.