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... of The Day and the challenges that Somalia is facing to realize them.   “The right to education is a universal right and it is the duty of the Somali community to collectively strive to achieve this ...
... that support to GBV survivors begins with Community Case Workers, who live among the community and identify survivors. They then organize for one of our ambulances to take the survivor to the clinic where ...
... the community. The logo should be ● Culturally sensitive for Somalia ● A graphical representation of the theme “Safeguarding Somali cultural heritage as a means to promote peace“ ● Easy to understand ...
... and development of community-based protection strategies. The logos suitability for use in the Somali cultural context, its appeal to people from all walks of life and easy to understand. Annia’s ...
... and referrals. “On most days, I work for seven hours, but I’m on-call for any emergencies.  Recently, one of the community case workers called me at 10 in the night to assist a woman. I had to respond ...
... 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 ...
  Community dialogue is the platform that connects members of the community from all walks of life to freely share their views about their actions, values and norms and identifying how these affect ...
... and 2013, CISP collaborated with the community in Ceel Dheer to support the education system. This was done through giving support to teachers as well training education stakeholders on management of education ...
... of community-based protection strategies.   The logo should be: culturally sensitive for Somalia. A graphical representation the theme “protection of women and girls“. Easy to understand even for people ...
... to the lives of communities in Mogadishu; results gathered from this research will inform protection strategies in order to strengthen community based care for survivors of violence and encourage communities ...
... the sensitivity of the subject, researchers were coached on how to communicate with different community members,” says the project’s Research Coordinator. “During the training, the researchers simulated ...
... conducted in May 2013, involved 612 respondents (221 women) in Galgaduud, Mudug and Mogadishu, Somalia. Primary and secondary schools students, parents and community education committees (CECs) participated ...
... of water points, shallow wells, boreholes and water storage facilities; Treatment of water; Establishment and training of Community Water and Sanitation Committees, to take charge of water management ...
... related Community awareness activities; Nutrition- training of health workers on Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMAM) and IYCF; TB: Community education, provision of directly observed ...
... learning structures for IDP schools; Construction and rehabilitation of girl-friendly education facilities; Provision of textbooks and learning materials; Support to local Community Education Committees ...
... of animal health, development of infrastructures and increase of community capacity to cope with shocks. Our facts and figures: In 2009, CISP's activities in the area involved a total of: ...
... out of education. These programmes offer a set of learning opportunities to out-of-school youth and adults. They are carried out mainly in community learning centres, often as a prerequisite for vocational ...
...  Construction and rehabilitation of girl-friendly education and wash facilities; Provision of materials; Incentives to teachers; Trainings on teaching methodologies and children rights; Community ...
... database; Health management information system; HIV/AIDS: Community awareness activities, school children education, training of health workers; Nutrition: training of health workers on the ...
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