Where do the CRESS group members originate from?

Where do the CRESS group members originate from?

Where do the CRESS group members originate from?

We often tell you we are supporting South Sudanese refugees and poor Ugandans, and that our delivery partners are the Diocese of Liwolo, but we wanted to dig a little deeper so that we can show you the breadth of the origins of those who are supported through our Agriculture and Savings groups.

Isaac Kwaje sent us the following information which I hope you find interesting!

BENEFICIARIES DEMOGRAPHICS BY DIOCESE OF ORIGIN

AGRICULTURE

VSLA (Savings Groups)

S/N Diocese of Origin No. of beneficiaries % of beneficiaries Diocese of Origin No. of beneficiaries % of beneficiaries
1 Liwolo 167 52.19% Liwolo 777 55.58%
2 Kajokeji 43 13.44% Kajokeji 211 15.09%
3 Lainya 18 5.63% Lainya 61 4.36%
4 Yei 59 18.44% Yei 229 16.38%
5 Morobu 20 6.25% Morobu 62 4.43%
6 Mundu 5 1.56% Mundu 23 1.65%
7 Panyana 1 0.31% Panyana 3 0.21%
8 Juba 1 0.31% Juba 9 0.64%
9 Izo (Yambio) 1 0.31% Izo (Yambio) 1 0.07%
10 Wunduruba 1 0.31% Wunduruba 8 0.57%
11 Rajaf 0 0.00% Rajaf 5 0.36%
12 Rokon 0 0.00% Rokon 2 0.14%
13 Aru (DRC) 0 0.00% Aru (DRC) 1 0.07%
14 Uganda 4 1.25% Uganda 6 0.43%
Total 320 100% Total                            1,398 100%

Ad you can see, just over 50% of both groups are made up of members who originate from the Diocese of Liwolo in South Sudan and just under 50% from elsewhere, mainly Kajokeji, Lainya and Yei.