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All information contained WWW.CISP-SOM.ORG is the exclusive property of the International Committee for the Development of Peoples (CISP), with headquarters in Via Germanico 198, Rome, Italy. Information, ...
... statistics- 2009) Life expectancy at birth (average for Somalia) 50.4 (Source: International Human Development Indicators, UNDP 2010) Malnutrition (average for Somalia)  ...
... for Somalia) 42% Male 23% Female Life expectancy at birth (average for Somalia) 50.4 (Source: International Human Development Indicators, UNDP 2010) Malnutrition ...
... for Somalia) 42% Male 23% Female (Source: UNICEF statistics - 2009) Life expectancy at birth (average for Somalia) 50.4 (Source: International Human Development Indicators, ...
The principles and purpose of the International Committee for the Development of Peoples (CISP) are summarized in the Declaration of Intent and Code of Conduct for Cooperation Programmes, endorsed in 1997. ...
Our local partners Hiran Water Supply (HWS) Centre for Peace and development (CPD) Galmudug Concern IIDA AFREC SARDO Our affiliations NGO ...
... In 1983 the International Committee for the Development of Peoples (CISP) was officially formed and began its first activities in Somalia, providing primary health care and health education to vulnerable ...
  Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli – CISP (International Committee for the Development of Peoples) is an Non-governmental organization established in Rome in 1983, to engage against ...
... The International Committee for the Development of Peoples (CISP) waxay la shaqeynayaan dhalinyarda Soomaaliyeed si ay uga qaadaan dhibaata sabool nimada badan ku haysa, iygoo ka khalabeynaayo dhinaca ...
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