As CSF we believe that Sustainability of civil society and CSOs is about their ability to remain engaged in activities that are relevant to their constituencies. To contribute to a more inclusive, democratic and pro-poor governance environment in South Sudan we are facilitating partnerships between new and existing institutions We are taking the time to build trust and long-standing relationships. And more so we aim to develop greater dialogue between citizens, Civil Society and government.


CSF offers separate funding windows to CSOs. The objective and focus of the granting is direct funding of South Sudanese CSOs. Grants may however also be given to encourage and incentivise other actors such as INGOs to strengthen and go further in their capacity development of local CSOs.

Grant amount: < $ 600.000

Description: Relatively larger (international) organisations with track record in capacity building of national CSOs.

Grant amount: < $ 50.000

Description: The YWC window targets South Sudanese organisations with track record in working with grassroots CBOs.

Grant amount: < $ 100.000

Description: Ad-hoc CSF partnerships to respond to unique ideas and emerging opportunities (on an individual basis).


Project locations


CSF is funded by the Governments of Netherlands, Sweden and Norway with Netherlands as the lead donor. The Facility is managed on behalf of the three contributing donors by Mott MacDonald in consortium with INTRAC, VNG International, and Akvo..


The CSF office is located in the NPA building on Martyr road (just off Addis Ababa road) and opposite UNICEF. You can reach us by email: CSF.SouthSudan[at]ecorys.com or complete the form below.