We believe in change

Women Relief Aid (WRA) is fully registered women-led National NGO, non-profit, non-political and non-religious founded to provide supports to vulnerable women/ girls and children suffering in South Sudan with registration No. 4076. The organization aims to response to needs, and protection of women/ girls and children in the war zone of South Sudan. The organization was established by dedicated group of young girls to address outstanding challenges facing women/ girls and children due to prolonged and continue fighting coupled with current global crisis. The organization’s focus is not kept limited either in terms of geographical or sector. We operate in different states of South Sudan. WRA carry a range of interventions such as; promotion of women/girls and children rights, advocacy, girl child education, health & hygiene, WASH, women empowerment, sports and games, emergency response & preparedness, governance, free legal aid, human rights, etc.

The type of activities we undertake range from capacity building to service delivery, while focus remain on the deprived and marginalized segments of the society. WRA’s functioning are its efforts to (a) enlist involvement of the locals when initiating activities at the grass root level; and (b) mobilize women/ girls for bringing peace, tolerance, and development in society. WRA continue to develop linkages of partnerships, alliances, collaborations and memberships with national and international funding agencies as we enjoy a diverse portfolio.

There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.

Geographical Operational Coverage

Torit and Magwi County

Eastern Equatoria State



Central Equatoria State


Western Region

Yambio) and Yei



WRA do exit to serve the needy and vulnerable women/girls and children through promoting advocacy, education, health, protection, women empowerment, human right promotion, environmental protection, sports and games, livelihood support and trainings to vulnerable women/girls and youths.