Our target goal is:
Bringing Jonglei Women together for a common Goal in Life.
- We envisioned a state of empowered women who are able to stand for their rights.
Our Mission & Vision
- We envisioned a state of empowered women who are able to stand for their rights
- To empower women politically, economically, socially, culturally and advocating for women inclusion in leadership and decision-making process.
- we do this through awareness raising, promotion of entrepreneurship, Livelihood and capacity building activities.
Core Values and Operating Principles
JWEP belief that women and men are equal in all aspects of life and must be treated equally.
We thrive to promote fairness in all we are doing toward the community
We are accountable to our community and all stakeholders in all what we do
JWEP Encourages participatory approach by involving stakeholders in decision making
We encourage team work among our staffs in delivering services to the communities
JWEP members are to exhibit high confidentiality for in keeping other people records
We will totally be dedicated to all we do and embrace standard humanitarian principles in delivering services. We shall continue to work with loyalty and dedication in line with our vision and mission
We feel its our responsibility to serve the community and we shall hold ourselves responsible while undertaking all the activities
The Jonglei Women Empowerment Programme (JWEP) will endeavor to contribute to addressing issues affecting women throughout.
About Jonglei Women Empowerment Programme:
The Jonglei women empowerment programme was conceived and established in the year 2008 by Jonglei women. The purpose of establishment was to bring Jonglei women together for a common goal of empowering women in various aspects of life. The Jonglei Women Empowerment Programme (JWEP) will endeavor to contribute to addressing issues affecting women through the following thematic areas: i) Advocacy to women’s rights, ii) Support to dropout girls, iii) Women entrepreneurial initiatives, iv) Livelihood activities, v) Training at vocation centers.