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... were trained in March 2015.  “A truly encouraging environment for girls’ learning needs to make them feel welcome, respected and safe. One way to reach this goal is through the establishment of girls ...
... in protection gave presentations that included the lessons learnt and what they identified as best practices. They also discussed needs, priorities and the gaps that need to be filled by the partners. ...
... covered included among others; disease diagnosis, case management, immunizations, treatments to be administered, pre-referral treatments and psychological support. “Our knowledge needs to increase ...
... cater for their families’ basic needs. “It was a great opportunity for me when I was offered training on making sanitary pads… this greatly changed my life, you can see now I am generating an income ...
  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 ...
... used role playing, outdoor training, videos and open discussions to keep the participants engaged. This encouraged involvement and persuaded the trainees to consider the particular needs and cultures of ...
... says, is common in the area.   Money earned from her shop has to be carefully divided to cater for various household needs but one thing worries Farhiya more, “I want my children to get an education ...
... hard for people to meet their basic needs particularly food and medical care for their children.   Ahmed the Health Coordinator in Ceel Dheer leads a team of mobile health workers who visit families ...
... the needs of children in school will be a priority within the ELMIDOON Project.   Luckily, it is possible to change this situation for the better. The baseline survey found out that where teachers ...
... ways to mitigate them. Programmes are jointly designed and implemented to address a range of needs ensuring that children, women and men have access to education, health care, protection, livelihood opportunities, ...
... new Somalia; on our side we are ready to play our part, to contribute to the successful implementation of rehabilitation plans meeting the needs of the local communities. Once again, Your Excellency, ...
... also in Galgaduud and Mudug. In four urban centers a team composed of BISC coordinators, mentors, trainers and business experts caters for the needs of young people who want to start new businesses or ...
... training. Vocational training: aimed at enabling youth and adults to be productive and self-supporting citizens, through technical education and training that is relevant to the economic needs of ...
... disadvantaged minority groups or to nomadic families. To address these issues, CISP's programme approach focuses on the neglected rural and remote areas, addresses the needs of nomadic pastoralists and ...
... is aimed at addressing the needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged young people. “I believe that youth can change. If they have hope, they will put down their guns and pick up pens”, says Ali, owner of several ...
... Capacities Projects (ACAPS):  http://www.acaps.org/search/somalia -The ACAPS is a project dedicated to improving the assessment of needs in complex emergencies, sudden onset disasters and protracted crises ...
... activities. In future, the database will also highlight specific needs that CISP identifies and observes in the areas where it operates. Your comments If you wish, you can provide your comments on ...
... mentors, trainers and business experts caters for the needs of young people who want to start new businesses or boost their existing enterprises. Our facts and figures: The trainings offered ...
... towards its beneficiaries. To this extent, the following features and activities have been designed: 1. Activity Update: a section of the website providing regular updates of all the activities (and needs) ...
... distinct needs in programme development and implementation. With the objective to provide equitable access, opportunities and participation to women/girls and men/boys, CISP incorporates gender into ...
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