Holistic Support Program for Refugees of South Sudan and Syria

A combination of civil war, economic collapse and drought have pushed parts of the South Sudan into deadly famine and displaced millions of people. Since 2011, the people of Syria have also been living in a state of conflict, forcing them to seek refuge in neighboring countries. The ongoing violence in both South Sudan and Syria is separating children from their families and destroying communities, leaving children and mothers acutely malnourished and at the risk of death.

Photos by Plan International.

Program Objectives

Takeda's partnership with Plan International aims to ensure that refugees from South Sudan and Syria can lead a healthy life with dignity through support on nutrition, maternal and child care, and safe water and sanitation, with both Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and host communities increasing resilience on livelihood.


PARTNER: Plan International
BUDGET: 1 billion yen
TERM: 5 years 
LAUNCH: 2017
AREA: Egypt, Ethiopia, Jordan, Lebanon, South Sudan, Sudan, and Uganda