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... to the event. The culture for peace events are aimed at promoting peace through revival of culture and encouraging integration of the community in order to open new means to have common effort in working ...
... Ajax provided some desired comic relief during the event, by using comedy to rely messages of culture and peaceful co-existence. “Such events can support community cohesion; People dancing together, ...
Religious leaders from different districts in Mogadishu were invited by Community Discussion Leaders for a second session of heated debate and discussion on the role they play in regard to addressing ...
... Present were 11 head teachers and 22 parents and members of community education committees. Community dialogues were also held at Gashan camp for internally displaced persons involving 20 mothers and ...
... plan that was made at the end of a series of community discussions that were geared towards involving the communities in tackling gender based violence. The action plan also involved door to door awareness ...
... by representatives from the Community Education Committees. Xamdi was awarded a two-year bursary, she resumed her normal sessions in grade 5 and will start grade six in August 2015. By Hassan Ali Hashi, ...
... possess an ordained role of leadership in their institutions and communities: coordination with and training of religious leaders is an important component of a community response to sexual assault.  This ...
... Officer. The new chairlady was elected during one of the meetings; the elections were supervised by female community education committee members, the school’s club mentor and the headmaster. The club ...
...    The event which was conducted from 13th to 18th of May involved community members who have participated in discussions to promote beliefs and practices that encourage peaceful coexistence.   The ...
... (GBV) in Somalia. Emphasis is placed on supporting the health, psychosocial, education, and security and justice systems for the provision of community-based care. The community members, elders, religious ...
... therefore I am committed to work with the community. I love and enjoy doing it.”   Samin, Community Health Worker Boondheere: “We operate in a restricting environment and things are always changing; ...
... knowledge has been the guide in the ‘Communities Care’ project that is working with communities in Mogadishu to end gender based violence. With support from the authorities, community leaders and other ...
... of health workers on common illnesses and de-worming. 10 participated among them doctors, nurses, lab assistants and community health workers from Boondheere in Somalia’s Banadir’s region. The subjects ...
... commitment to supporting women since they are the backbone of the community. By: Salad Ghedi Ali (Field communication & Accountability Officer)  ...
... other people. “Through the discussions, I have been reminded of the values in our community that create an environment for all of us to live in harmony. I intend to highlight this to those around me ...
... treatment. I had never been there before but I was relieved by the prospect of hope.” At Boondheere Health Centre, CISP is working with the local community,health authorities and other partners to increase ...
... pregnancy and at delivery. The trainer encouraged active participation through information sharing and asking questions. “This training will change us and the community we work with. I urge the care ...
... students, education authorities, and community leaders. On behalf of her fellow graduates Ayan expressed her happiness and encouragement for those still in school; “we are very happy to share this day ...
... at this point that CISP’s Community Case Worker and Clinic Supervisor got involved to organise medical check-up for the children. After weeks of separation, the couple was helped by protection staff to ...
... CISP over saw the training of two groups of Health service providers from MCHs currently supported by CISP. The groups comprised of Community Health Workers, Case Managers, Counselors and nurses. It is ...
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