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... between my husband and I got so bad that he left us. It was a very difficult time,” she reminisces. Her voice weakens as she tells the choice she made: “I decided to leave my children at a neighbour’s ...
... who took part in the event. The main theme of the day was advocacy for free and quality education for the Somali children. In his opening speech, MoE’s acting secretary Professor Toohow cited the objectives ...
... are women, their young children’s faces peeping under the flowing hijabs. Amran is assigned to working with survivors of gender based violence, a job she compares to two opposite sides of a coin; rewarding ...
... education for their children. The aim of the dialogue was to gain community support in overcoming barriers to education, especially girl’s education through influencing the community to embrace a positive ...
... says, is common in the area.   Money earned from her shop has to be carefully divided to cater for various household needs but one thing worries Farhiya more, “I want my children to get an education ...
... Their shelter, food and sanitation are not fit for human beings!  The story of one old lady will stay in my memory forever. She is taking care of her eight grandchildren single handedly. Tears rolled down ...
Free health services provided by Mother and Child Health (MCH) centres in Mogadishu provide much needed support to mothers and their children who would otherwise not have access to medical care. At Boondheere ...
... body incapacitated by malnutrition.   Undernourishment among children below 5 years is common in Xarardheere and Ceel Dheer.  The climate is arid and prone to droughts and floods; and the topography ...
... negatively affects the health of their children.   Habibo is passionate about her work, "during the war I still practiced midwifery at home" she says. She keeps a box of new baby clothes in the MCH ...
“I have not earned any money for the last year, my children and I have been depending on help from well wishers”,   says Hawa, a 50 year old mother of eight, during a discussion with a CISP researcher ...
... pupils. Unfortunately, these materials do not always reach the children. "We feel disappointed when teachers do not use textbooks and other teaching materials like wall charts, or when they are used to ...
... ways to mitigate them. Programmes are jointly designed and implemented to address a range of needs ensuring that children, women and men have access to education, health care, protection, livelihood opportunities, ...
Significant steps have been taken to meet the 2nd Millennium Development Goal, Achieve Universal Primary Education. Globally more children are in primary school than ever before and gender gaps are slowly ...
... Save the Children, working in partnership with the Education Directorate of the Ministry of Human Development and Public Services. In attendance were key players in the education sector like, Somali Government ...
“If we are to create peace in our world we must begin with our children,” Mahatma Gandhi once said. This is what comes to mind when we look at the beaming faces of the children in the primary schools in ...
... treatment. This is aimed at reduction of mother and infant mortality, healthy development of children, improvement of nutrition and hygiene and the prevention, treatment and control of communicable diseases. ...
... treatment. This is aimed at reduction of mother and infant mortality, healthy development of children, improvement of nutrition and hygiene and the prevention, treatment and control of communicable diseases. ...
... treatment. This is aimed at reduction of mother and infant mortality, healthy development of children, improvement of nutrition and hygiene and the prevention, treatment and control of communicable diseases. ...
Rights The two decade long civil strife has denied the children and youth of Somalia their rightful entitlement to education. As education is fundamental for the sustenance of peace and progression ...
Rights The two decade long civil strife has denied the children and youth of Somalia their rightful entitlement to education. As education is fundamental for the sustenance of peace and progression ...

 

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