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... like skipping rope and football from which the students can choose. Activities offered by the clubs enable members to learn valuable skills; in the case of girls, they are exposed to topics such as rights ...
... members, creating dialogue with the youth on importance of having a peaceful community and advocating the rights of women and girls. “We are honoured to be involved in this kind of initiative that is ...
... their rights. This year the day was marked on the theme “25 Years after the Adoption of the African Children’s Charter: Accelerating our Collective Efforts to End Child Marriage in Africa.”  It was a ...
... stickers with a message on doors. Stickers had messages such as 'United for Peaceful Families' and 'Protecting the Rights of Women is Protecting the Future of our Community'.   “We knocked on doors ...
Nairobi - CISP and International Alert launched the third year of Promoting Rights Protecting Women project on 11th to 14th May 2015.   The aim of the project is to improve the response and prevention ...
Through partnership with HIWA, 20 women were trained in basic literacy, tailoring and business skills. The training is part of ‘promoting rights protecting women’ in Mogadishu. The training approach as ...
... covered the ratification of international human rights conventions and declarations forming the legal frame work. She gave an analysis of how human rights and customary law contribute to the perpetuation ...
... support these communities by setting up systems to facilitate this. Over the last few years, the country has made many positive steps; ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child on 20 ...
...  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 ...
... fundamental rights and equal opportunities for all; access to education, health care and livelihood opportunities. The seed that grew to become CISP was planted in Somalia in 1983: A group of 15 students ...
  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 ...
... submission per designer or studio will be accepted. Copyright and Patents By entering this competition, the designer assigns the rights to CISP and Partners in “Reviving culture, building peace” project ...
    Annia Aroza Martinez is winner of the logo design contest for Promoting Rights Protecting Women project. In April, CISP called on designers to submit their ideas on what we and our partners ...
The Promoting Rights Protecting Women project is being implemented by a group of NGOs in Mogadishu. We are looking for a logo to be a symbol for this project! The project will improve the response to ...
... They believed that no one cared about their rights before and with this Charter and its constitution, they feel like their voices can be heard for once. The constitution already states a lot of what they ...
... of this year’s edition, which was dubbed “I am a Child of Peace”, was to promote peace and children’s rights.   See also Peace Activities photogallery See also Malindi Festival for Children See also ...
Rights Access to clean water is essential for life and the dignity of people. Contaminated water is a cause for high cases of morbidity and mortality among one third of Somalia’s population. ...
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 and sustaining medical ...
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 and sustaining medical ...
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 and sustaining medical ...
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