Food security is one of the greatest challenges facing South Sudan, as the fragile peace situation exacerbates the loss of productive assets. Afro-Canadian Evangelical Mission (ACEM) empowers and builds community resilience by enabling food security through developing sustainable approaches to improving agricultural livelihoods. ACEM works to transfer technology and build capacity community based groups and among youth.
Additional interventions include providing productive agricultural assets and strengthening of community safety nets. Community safety nets include Cash Transfers, FFA, CFA, distribution of seeds and tools to help establish agricultural and other income generating activities (IGAs). Community/village savings and loans (VLSA) programs have grown from these activities and the IGAs develop local products that help promote better livelihoods. We are currently implementing our FSL activities in Greater Mundri area ( Mundri West, Mundri East & Mvolo).