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... Eligible tenderers to participate in the following : Tender NO: CISP/GEC/ELMI/2015 Description Quantity Publishing of Primary Textbooks for Somalia Schools. (6 ...
... in attending school and the role of teachers in addressing gender issues in education at the school level.   The 18 teachers who participated in the workshop were selected from schools in Mogadishu ...
  Peer tutoring training was done for 16 girls from five secondary schools in Galgaduud and Hiiran. The two-day training was done in Guri-Ceel to give the girls skills to support marginalized primary ...
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 ...
... Reviving Culture Building Peace, CISP is working with youth and women groups, artists, schools, leaders and other partners to promote the Somali cultural heritage. From March to June 2015, the project ...
... with children in uniforms of different colours walking home from their schools. I visited schools and vocational training centres. I saw men, women, boys and girls striving to make a contribution to ...
Increase of access and understanding of Somali cultural heritage is one of the objectives of the ‘Reviving culture, building peace’ project. Establishment and strengthening of poetry clubs in schools ...
... trained to make reusable sanitary pads which were bought by CISP for distribution to needy schools girls. The training aimed to enhance the abilities of these women so they are able to diversify their ...
... 2014, children from seven schools supported by the ELMIDOON project in Mogadishu planted trees in their school yards. The activity, which was done over nine days, involved students from grade four and ...
... pads. The women would be paid according to the pads they make creating a source of livelihood for them.The pads will be distributed to needy girls in schools who would otherwise not have adequate sanitary ...
... are bought by the organisation for distribution to needy girls in schools. “I now earn between 50 to 100 dollars a week,” she revealed adding, “my family was facing a very difficult situation. But thank ...
... initiative to avail free education to all Somali children is gaining momentum. “Currently, there are more than thirty six thousand children in over eighty schools in South-Central Somalia benefitting from ...
... the pads from the women distribute them to schools in Mogadishu. This guarantees the women trained with a ready market for their product.      ...
... it would also help to construct learning spaces within the camps and provide stationery, sanitary kits for girls and start feeding programme in schools. They also proposed involving the business community, ...
... to improve the quality of education.   The business community from Ceel Dheer has also been supportive particularly to Ceel Dheer Primary and Secondary Schools. In 2013, two CISP members of staff, ...
... conducted in May 2013, involved 612 respondents (221 women) in Galgaduud, Mudug and Mogadishu, Somalia. Primary and secondary schools students, parents and community education committees (CECs) participated ...
... projects are currently on going to ensure that more boys and girls go to school and improve their learning.  Schools are rehabilitated and supplied with stationery and school equipment. Teachers receive ...
... value of education for their children. Therefore making parents understand the importance of educating their children, just might lead to significant increase in the enrollment of children in schools and ...
... education. The project shall target 30 primary schools and 6 secondary schools.   The ELMIDOON Project will be implemented by a consortium of four organizations; ADRA, CfBT Education Trust, CISP and ...
“If we are to create peace in our world we must begin with our children,” Mahatma Gandhi once said. This is what comes to mind when we look at the beaming faces of the children in the primary schools in ...
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