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...  Support us and help us provide funding for education, health, water, protection and livelihood of the Somali people. You can donate to CISP online, using your VISA or Mastercard and Maestro. Click on ...
...  Support to local Community Education Committees and District Education Boards to manage provision of education; Teacher training and mentoring; Hygiene promotion and child protection; Mine risk ...
... 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 ...
Pursuant to Italian law art. 13 del Dlgs 196/2003 (Code of conduct for the protection of personal data), CISP guarantees that any personal data obtained through its websites will be handled in a legitimate ...
... 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. ...
... the following sectors of intervention: Education   Health and Nutrition   Livelihood   Water and Sanitation Protection   Gender   HIV/AIDS   ...
... the rest of the family flees. Deprived of their traditional protection mechanisms, both IDPs and unaccompanied people are exposed to serious violations, such as gender based violence, physical violence, ...
... CISP focuses on five main sectors: health, education, livelihood, protection and water and sanitation. Despite its continuous efforts, CISP’s interventions experienced several funding disruptions, due ...
... and development projects throughout the world. CISP’s emergency and humanitarian aid activities focus on the protection of refugees, returnees and displaced people, on the promotion of health education ...
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