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  Fourteen-year-old Xamdi is looking forward to the next school year when she joins grade 6. She is one of the 30 girls from Hiraan who benefited from school bursaries under the ‘Educate Girls End Poverty’ ...
Girls’ clubs are meant to connect, support and encourage girls in schools. They were started in schools in Somalia supported by the ‘Educate Girls End Poverty’ project in order to increase school completion ...
... characters in a radio drama. This is an excerpt from one of the radio dramas sponsored by Educate Girls End Poverty project that were aired in the regions of Banadir, Mudug and Galgaduud. The drama focused ...
... 10 in class 3 is from Hamar Jab-Jab: “I like English and Science; I want to be a teacher so I can take part in educating others.” Educate Girls End Poverty is working with this school to ensure that ...
The ‘Educate Girls End Poverty’ project works with media partners to create awareness on the available opportunities for girls’ education and increase the support of education for girls in Somalia. In ...
... leaders, teachers, and others who were present. He specifically commended the parents for their commitment to ensuring their children stay in school.  “Keeping children at home leads to poverty. As a parent, ...
... using the machine.” This training is part of the holistic approach to prevention and response to GBV which incorporates giving the survivors skills that will lift them out of poverty. CISP will purchase ...
... compared to generators, poverty is a hindrance among the general population in the region; raising the money to buy one could still be out of reach for many.   By Salad Ghedi, Communication Support ...
... Bulling normally occurs when the children are on the way to or from school, and the school administration is not in a position to protect the children.   Poverty was also addressed as a root cause ...
... for “Educate Girls, End Poverty” Project in Somalia! Thank you to all designers for participating in this contest, and congratulations to “DesignGreen,” for winning the 1st prize!   Please keep following ...
The Educate Girls, End Poverty project’s purpose is to enrol more girls in school, inspire them to stay in school, and make sure they graduate from school with the knowledge that enables them to break ...
... enable them to break the cycle of poverty.   Better Health Care We maintain our commitment to supporting authorities and communities in Somalia in the provision of better health care. Through a network ...
... education. A shift from the linear perception that exists is dire. School aged children are not only kept away from school because of poverty, but there are other root causes that are yet to be addressed. ...
Our focus 80% of the Somali children do not attend primary school for reasons of poverty, lack of facilities, family displacement, gender discrimination and their belonging to vulnerable and ...
Vocational skills and employment opportunities for youth in Central Somalia   Widespread poverty, limited education options, and lack of livelihood opportunities have a tremendous impact on the lives ...
...  The Declaration of intent outlines the principles inspiring CISP’s intervention: - Basic rights (food security, fight against poverty and exclusion, proper use of natural resources);  ...
... the impact of poverty and denied rights worldwide. Eradicating poverty, creating the conditions which are necessary for development, building paths for reconstruction, and providing support in emergency ...

 

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