• Humanitarian Assistance
    Humanitarian Assistance
  • Shelter and Non-Food Items
    Shelter and Non-Food Items
  • Food Security and Livelihood
    Food Security and Livelihood
  • Peace-Building
  • Inclusive, Equitable, Quality Education
    Inclusive, Equitable, Quality Education

Who We Are

Lacha Community and Economic Development (LCED) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization registered in South Sudan since 2008 (reg. No 113), which became operational since 2009, and was incorporated in Uganda since 2016 (reg. No 1209). We have been providing emergency relief and continued assistance to people in life-threatening situations, in the wake of disaster and/or with ongoing needs, operating both on mobile and static response, tackling Shelter/Non-Food Items (S/NFI) and Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) needs. 

In the past years LCED has successfully provided humanitarian assistance and empowered vulnerable displaced populations in Greater Equatoria through distribution of life-sustaining NFIs, construction of emergency shelters, hygiene promotion campaigns, revitalization of local market economy with cash-based interventions, mapping and rehabilitation of community assets (water points and sanitation facilities) and capacity building of affected communities. The most targeted people in need are women and girls, including pregnant and lactating mothers, children under 5, elderly, disabled and chronically ill persons, who are the most affected by the South Sudan conflict and the related multiple displacement. Additionally, we have been focusing on peace-building activities among South Sudanese refugees residing in Kampala, Uganda, in order to involve the South Sudanese diaspora to foster the peace process in their country of origin. 

News Highlights

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
Prev Next

Always Engaging the Community!

Always Engaging the Community!

‘Putting the community at the center during humanitarian interventions encourages participation, ownership and sustainability’. This is a living testimony for Nagero local authorities during a focus group discussion held in... Read more

Inclusive targeting and participation fo…

Inclusive targeting and participation for PWDs

John (not his real names) a household head of seven members lost his sight 10 years back. Currently aged 46 years relies on his 7 year old to aide his... Read more

Smiling Face of a Single Mother

Smiling Face of a Single Mother

Idapase (not her real names) makes a temporary door for her newly constructed shelter. She is more than happy. She started creating her door the moment she was selected as... Read more

Seen it All, but Home at Last!

Seen it All, but Home at Last!

‘I lost my husband during the recent conflict leaving me with six children in a foreign and then homeless world'   With two daughters and four sons to look after back home... Read more

Putting the Community at the Centre of I…

Putting the Community at the Centre of Interventions

           LCED subscribes to Accountability to Affected Population (AAP) principles whereby the community should play a major role in all the interventions that benefit them. In fact... Read more

Innovative Housing Solutions for IDPs

Innovative Housing Solutions for IDPs

  “This is the first time in a year that I feel like a human being. The whole of last year, we were congested in a small hut with one of... Read more

A New Beginning for ‘Habuba’

A New Beginning for ‘Habuba’

  Habuba (not her real name) was left with three of her grandchildren when her only daughter went to Juba with her new husband in 2017. She has not heard from... Read more

LCED achievements for the past year

LCED achievements for the past year

In 2016/2017 LCED implemented three main projects. The main activities included distribution of shelter material and construction of emergency shelters, distribution of Non-Food Items (NFIs) to vulnerable displaced population, and... Read more

South Sudan: conflict, economic crisis a…

South Sudan: conflict, economic crisis and famine

More than three million people have been forced to flee their homes since the conflict began in December 2013. The ongoing conflict in South Sudan has generated nearly 1.9 million... Read more

Follow Us On Twitter

Our Vision 

We envision a situation where all South Sudanese individuals and communities have a good quality of life and high living standards, coexist peacefully and enjoy their fundamental human rights.


Our Mission

We work to save and preserve life, promote dignity and enhance resilience of vulnerable people, in order to ensure peace and promote long-term socio-economic development. 

Our Partners

LCED Videos

Contact Us


J&M Hotel, Office Room No. 17 Kitende-Bwebajja Hill, Entebbe Road, Kampala, Uganda
P.O. BOX 26338
Tel: +256 (0)783 738910


Munuuki Block B, Plot 80 (near saint Kizito hospital), Juba, South Sudan
Tel: +211 (0)920 700 097


Plot A, Mirimotto, Mundri-Maridi road,
Mundri West, Western Equatoria State, South Sudan