The Anglican and Episcopalian Church in The Hague

Mission Partners: STAD

The “Support Trust for African Development” for South Sudan and Uganda is coordinated by Florence Andrew, a member of our congregation.

Read the latest news in the STAD Summer Report 2017.

About STAD

Support Trust for African Development (STAD) is an officially registered, in 2002 as independent non-profit organization.  The main founding goal was to support education of Sudanese refugee orphans in Northern Uganda. In 2004, STAD expanded its activities to include socio- economic, health, empowerment, capacity and peace building & environmental protection programs for the less privileged groups (women, orphans, refugees, youth and the elderly) for self reliance and positive change in their lives and communities.  STAD derives its motivation from the famous Chinese saying “feed a hungry man today, he will be hungry; teach him how to fish, he can have food tomorrow; educate his child (ren), you have given him a future.

We support through our partner organisations in Northern Uganda “Youth and Women Community Development Organization (YWCDO) and in South Sudan, St. Mark Episcopal Church Alero Boma, Equatoria Women Association “EWA” and Payawa Primary Health Care Centre programs on health  and water and Sanitation education, HIV/Aids/ Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs); Gender equality,  Human /Women and Children’ rights; Social Gender/Domestic Based Violence (SGDBV), Peace building and family values education, Adult literacy,  Entrepreneurship  and life skills oriented trainings for self reliance and United Nations Security Council Resolution No (UNSCRN) 1325 on: Women, Peace and Security in South Sudan. These projects are co-ordinated by Florence Andrew, a member of our congregation. All STAD board members and are volunteers. Read the STAD Christmas Report 2016.

Read more about the various projects that STAD supports:
Projects in Uganda
Projects in South Sudan
Youth & Woman Community Development Training Center Project

For more information on STAD visit their website.

How can I support STAD?

  • Through prayer for peace in Sudan
  • Through volunteering: STAD welcomes volunteers with different expertise and experiences in fundraising (developing new fundraising ideas and events), website and media, project proposal, report & newsletter writing, etc.
  • Through financial gifts.