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... centre supported by CISP, a few years ago. This was the first step in her journey to success. After graduation CISP donated sewing machines to her and thirty other graduates to assist them start small ...
    Nairobi, Kenya - CISP members of staff working in Somalia directly interact with communities to support delivery of services. ‘Do No Harm’ is their guiding principle, requiring a high degree ...
... supported by CISP in Mogadishu. After the introductions, the participants got a chance to express what their expectations were, “I want to learn more on the methods of assessing cases and assisting survivors ...
... of Education (MoE) in conjunction with other stakeholders in education including CISP. CISP Mogadishu team joined government officials, humanitarian organizations' and local universities' representatives ...
... one priority. This makes sanitary wear an unattainable luxury. Fadumo, a tailor from Guri-Ceel is among 26 women from various parts of Somalia who were supported by CISP to attend training on making ...
  The “Reviving culture, building peace” project is led by CISP in partnership with Oxfam and other stakeholders in Mogadishu. We are looking for a logo to be a symbol for this project! The project ...
    Annia Aroza Martinez is winner of the logo design contest for Promoting Rights Protecting Women project. In April, CISP called on designers to submit their ideas on what we and our partners ...
... and challenging at the same time. “Although I have been a nurse for eight years, I have worked with CISP for a year,” she said. “I am pleased that I am able to help people. That I contribute to the ...
... midnight. I ran back to my mother’s house.”   Her mother’s house was the only safe place she could think of till the following morning when a CISP community case worker got wind of her case, visited ...
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