CTG has been delivering humanitarian and development projects in South Sudan since 2016. Currently managing over 600 local and international staff spread across diverse projects, our staff work in demining, camp management, as well as warehouse and fleet management. CTG has played a pivotal role in supporting humanitarian and development projects through recruiting, deploying and managing personnel for remote projects.
South Sudan remains one of the most protracted and acute humanitarian crises–affected locations on the planet. The remote nature of our work comes with challenges including unstable security within city limits and restricted movement around the country for many of our clients. South Sudan, like many of our countries of operation, has a diverse and complex mix of ethnic and cultural groups, which is why CTG has local regional experts.
CTG’s staff work across South Sudan, in Juba, Bentiu, Malakal, Bor, Kapoeta, Yambio, Rumbek, Aweil, Wau, Renk, Kuajok, and Maban.
We currently have 603 staff working in fleet management and workshop supervision, with over 150 truck drivers. Our staff also man river convoys and airdrops, and work in demining and camp management.
CTG ON THE GROUND
Having already surpassed our Female First goal, South Sudan is one of the countries leading the charge on our gender equality efforts
Job Readiness Workshop
Focusing on career development, CV building, and job interview skills for female graduates
Metric tonnes of food
Ensuring the community benefits from the opportunities these projects bring