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TENDER NOTICE Founded in Rome in 1983, today CISP (The International Committee for the Development of Peoples) is active in over 30 countries worldwide in Africa, South America, the Caribbean, ...
... Dei Popoli – CISP (International Committee for the Development of  Peoples) in Somalia is promoting  quality pre-primary, primary, non formal and vocational education. Tenders are therefore invited from ...
CISP supports economic empowerment and skills development of GBV survivors as a strategy for reducing their vulnerability; and is partnering  with local NGOs that provide the livelihood support.   Testimonials ...
... the development of our country.  I felt part of a larger group; like I was meeting relatives for the first time. This experience will stay with me forever. As the sun set, casting an orange glow on ...
Mogadishu, Somalia -"It is through knowledge that one could leave the dark times behind," says Zamzam*, one of the 30 women in the skills training programme with Somali Women Development Centre (SWDC). ...
... a way of creating a positive environment for pupils.  As part of the school development plan, the school has hired new teachers. Ahmed Jama, the regional educational officer thanked the school, religious ...
... January 2015 is one of them. CISP welcomes this remarkable development which will give the children of Somalia legal rights and guide key policies relating to their protection, education and health care. ...
... to sustainable peace and development. Somali culture is characterised by poetry, stories, art, music and theatre all of which hold a rich potential in promoting peace, social cohesion and employment especially ...
... thirty years, of passion, hopes and development projects in more than 25 countries around in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. As we continue with our journey, we ...
... later, CISP is present in over 30 years around the world. She presented an idea that developed into a global force which we can witness today. Exercises were aimed at self-development and team building. ...
... bring the change and development needed in Somalia. According to Honourable Haamud, the Deputy Minister for Education, there has been a lot of progress made in education in Somalia today. The government’s ...
... will promote Somali cultural heritage as a means to increase sense of citizenship, promote sustainable development and contribute to promotion of peace through support to valorization of culture amongst ...
... 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 ...
... in other parts of Somalia,’ Farhiya said.   According to UNESCO’s Education for All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report 2013/4, the world will miss the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of Universal primary ...
... and prevention of gender-based violence by supporting the provision of a holistic package of services such as; medical, psychosocial and legal assistance as well as economic empowerment and development ...
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 ...
    The ELMIDOON Project, “Seeking Knowledge” funded by the European Union was officially launched on 5th February 2013 in Mogadishu. The event was chaired by the Minister of Human Development and ...
... to the Somalia Human Development Report 2012 (HDR), four-fifths of the youth interviewed in south Central Somalia complained about social, economic and political exclusion. Dissatisfaction and vulnerability ...
... 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. ...
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