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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). ...
Bulomaxay village in Kaaraan district of Mogadishu now has a new Nutrition Center. The residents were an excited lot the morning the nutrition center officially opened.   “I had to visit the ...
... Mogadishu. Nineteen male and seventeen female teachers took part in various sessions during the four day training.   The aim of the training was to get the teachers to facilitate the establishment ...
... of 9 who lives in an IDP camp in Mogadishu.   By: Salad Ghedi Ali (Field communication & accountability Officer)    ...
... trainee. Madina was one of 22 women from Karaan, Boondheere and Yaaqshiid districts, who were trained on vocational skills in Mogadishu. The training which lasted for two months covered business management, ...
  Group discussions give communities a forum to voice their ideas as well as learn from each other. Through the Communities Care project, communities in Mogadishu are coming together to discuss ...
    Mogadishu - “These trees will make our school beautiful. We will also get fruits from them in the future. I am excited to be part of it,” said Najmo during a tree planting event in her school. ...
  Sahro Moallin Bashir, a 25-year-old mother of three has visited Boondheere Health Centre every week for three weeks.  Her two-year old child was diagnosed with malnutrition when she first brought ...
  Since she fled from Middle Shabelle region in the south of Somalia, 30-year-old Hasno Ahmed Osman has been living in Busley village in Bondheere district of Mogadishu. She does odd jobs to keep ...
    For the first time, a cultural festive was held in Mogadishu on 6th of November. Organised by CISP, local authorities and other partners, the event aimed at supporting Somali culture as a means ...
... health was held for 10 Health Staff in Mogadishu. The four-day training ran from 20th to 23rd October 2014. Dr. Afrah, the trainer, discussed with the participants how to care for expectant women throughout ...
...  In September, a third-party monitoring organization went to Mogadishu to speak with some of the women we have been working with as part of the Promoting Rights Protecting Women project. The use of a third-party ...
    Mogadishu, Somalia - “I was frustrated by the challenges my family was going through,” Nurto*, 27 and a mother of three described her life before help came her way. The genesis of her troubles ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - A survivor-centered approach means that all those who are engaged in the Gender based violence program prioritize the rights, needs, and wishes of the survivor. This helps to ...
... I sometimes mix them which leads to confusion,” expressed an education project officer who works in Mogadishu. This was an enriching experience for the trainers as well “It was interesting working with ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - Fadhumo Bile is a mother of five from Guri-Ceel in Somalia’s Galgaduud Region. She qualified to receive training on tailoring, tie-and-dye and cooking at a vocational ...
... centres in Mogadishu attended the training held at Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital in Nairobi. They included clinical nurses, counsellors and case managers who care for sexual assault survivors in clinics ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - A colourful ceremony was held at Mogadishu’s Jazeera Hotel to Mark this year’s International Day of the African Child on June 16th. The event was organized by the Ministry ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - Najma* works in a clinic in Mogadishu that gives support to survivors of Gender Based Violence (GBV). She has the training, passion, dedication and experience; she possesses ...

 

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