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Health education and capacity building Rights Everyone has the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health. CISP supports communities in Somalia to ensure access to ...
Secondary level health care Rights Everyone has the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health. CISP supports communities in Somalia to ensure access to critical, life ...
Primary health care Rights Everyone has the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health. CISP supports communities in Somalia to ensure access to critical, life saving ...
... protection of livestock assets, improvement of animal health, development of infrastructures and increase of community capacity to cope with shocks. Our facts and figures: In 2009, CISP's ...
... of minority clans as well as persons with disabilities), when designing livelihood activities and cash programs.   Health ° CISP ensures equal access to effective, safe, ...
... other vital sectors, like health, education, protection and livelihood. Water from shallow wells, for instance, is often polluted, causing outbreaks of waterborne diseases, such as cholera and diarrhea. ...
Somalia has some of the worst health indicators in the world. According to the latest estimates, only 20% of Somalis have access to basic health care. One in five children dies before their fifth birthday ...
... the following sectors of intervention: Education   Health and Nutrition   Livelihood   Water and Sanitation Protection   Gender   HIV/AIDS   ...
... are hosted. Interventions are carried out in in Galgadud, Mudug, Hiraan, Middle Shabelle and Benadir, and include: • Mainstreaming protection strategies in health, education, WASH and livelihood interventions. ...
...  - Other fundamental rights of the individuals and local communities (education, vocational training, health care and healthy environment); - Peace-making processes and complex emergencies ...
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