Care for Children & Old Age in South Sudan has become a global leader in improving and transforming the lives of children, old age, their families, and their communities.
Even the most vulnerable children deserve a chance at a bright future. As a global Christian relief, development, and advocacy organization we help children, old aged, families, and communities overcome poverty and injustice, irrespective of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
Our word and our commitment to efficient resource management are the foundation from which we deliver maximum benefits and opportunities to communities around South Sudan and across the globe.
Care for Children & Old Age in South Sudan (CCOSS) is a National NGO founded and registered with Rehabilitation & Relief Commission (RRC), No. 060 in the year 2005 and with the Ministry of Legal Affairs & Constitutional Development (MLA&CD), currently, the Ministry of Justice, No.345 in the year 2008.
Since its inception in 2004, CCOSS has been working in Jonglei, Lakes, and Warrap states, and has over the years developed experience and can deliver results in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
To have a visible influence on the knowledge, policies and practices that upholds humanitarian well- being and development of the most vulnerable members of the societytners.
CCOSS has its current main office located Off Juba -Nimule highway pep 2, along Road to St. Andrew Church, Sherikat with field offices in Bor, Rumbek Town (covering Rumbek Centre, East, North, Cueibet & Wulu county -Lakes State), Yirol East & West, Ming Kaman- Awerial – Lakes State. Kuacjok (covering Gogrial West, East, Tonj South, East, North, Twic -Warrap & Aweil Centre, Aweil North, Aweil East, Aweil West, Aweil South -Northern Bahr Ghazal State and satellite office in Duk.
Meet Our Team
We’re a growing team of thought leaders — full of personality. We’re the wearer of many hats dedicated to advocating for the rights of children and the old across the globe.
Care for Children & Old Age in South Sudan is an international partnership of individuals whose mission is to improve and transform the lives of children, old age, their families, and their communities.
Our goal is to help such vulnerable group overcome poverty and injustice, irrespective of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
We attribute a lot of our success to the collaboration among our team members, including Sarah Abuk Thon | Human Resources & Admin Officer, Bior Daniel Dhieo | Health Officer, Juliet Minayo | Comms. & Fund Raising Officer and Abraham Duom| Procurement Officer.