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South Sudan


Child’s Destiny and Development Organization, CHIDDO, is a non-profitable child-focused organisation created in November 2001 in South Sudan. CHIDDO provides humanitarian and development services to vulnerable children about child protection, education, gender-based violence in Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria and Unity State. It has a total number of 21 full-time support and programme staff members from diverse academic fields and large experience in law, education, health, community development, and finance.

Child’s Destiny and Development Organization (CHIDDO)

Contact: Riing Garwech Kuol
Phone: (+211) 926-3333-395
Address: Off Kololo Road, Juba Nabari Market, Block B-Plot No 65, P. O. Box 455 Juba, South Sudan



Age of Consent

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Extraterritoriality & Extradition


Active extraterritoriality is provided for all offences under the Penal Code of South Sudan under Section 7(1)(b) and Section 7(2) of the Penal Code. Double criminality is required for active extraterritoriality under Section 7(1)(b). Passive extraterritoriality is not provided in the Penal Code.

There are no laws or provisions on extradition in the national legislation. Specific provisions may be found in international and bilateral extradition treaties ratified by South Sudan, which go beyond the scope of this analysis.

South Sudan Penal Code Act, 2008

CSAM Definition

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Background Check Required

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National Commitments

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Child Advocacy Centers

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SEC Police Unit

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Protection Standards Travel and Tourism

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Public SEC Case Data

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