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    Mogadishu, Somalia - “I was frustrated by the challenges my family was going through,” Nurto*, 27 and a mother of three described her life before help came her way. The genesis of her troubles ...
  Gaalkacyo, Somalia - In August 2014, a graduation ceremony was held in Gaalkacyo where 111 young men and women received certificates for various vocational courses. Ali Farah, 26 hopes the skills ...
... 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 ...
... and Innovation with particular focus on gender based violence in Somalia. The training was carried out by Amani Institute in partnership with CISP. Amani Institute is an organization committed to sharing ...
  CISP staff from Nairobi and Somalia gathered in Nairobi for the second module of Creativity and Innovation Skills training. The three-day session started with a recap of the first of the three-module ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - Fadhumo Bile is a mother of five from Guri-Ceel in Somalia’s Galgaduud Region. She qualified to receive training on tailoring, tie-and-dye and cooking at a vocational ...
    Nairobi, Kenya - CISP members of staff working in Somalia directly interact with communities to support delivery of services. ‘Do No Harm’ is their guiding principle, requiring a high degree ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - A colourful ceremony was held at Mogadishu’s Jazeera Hotel to Mark this year’s International Day of the African Child on June 16th. The event was organized by the Ministry ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - Najma* works in a clinic in Mogadishu that gives support to survivors of Gender Based Violence (GBV). She has the training, passion, dedication and experience; she possesses ...
Life stops for most women in Somalia during their menses. They stay at home to evade the embarrassment that comes with soiled clothes. For girls in school, substantial learning time is wasted due ...
... the community. The logo should be ● Culturally sensitive for Somalia ● A graphical representation of the theme “Safeguarding Somali cultural heritage as a means to promote peace“ ● Easy to understand ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - The day is already too warm for 8 a.m., but Amran* is not the only one who is used to the balmy Mogadishu mornings.  At this time, the clinic is busy with patients most of them ...
    Mogadishu, Somalia - Sagal* frequently passes by the clinic, to say hello to the medical and protection staff who work there.“You reignited my hope, how can I forget you?”  She recently told ...
  In Somalia, youth unemployment is high. Young people looking for work lack the skills, experience and education that make them desirable in the job market. Another, very different, issue among the ...
  Farhiya, a mother of five from Ceel Dheer town in Somalia’s Galgaduud region operates a small shop to support her family. Her husband is unemployed making her the sole bread winner; a trend she ...
... of community-based protection strategies.   The logo should be: culturally sensitive for Somalia. A graphical representation the theme “protection of women and girls“. Easy to understand even for people ...
Sameera* is part of the team of Research Assistants, working to identify the social norms that hamper protection in Somalia.  With the experience gained while conducting the research to test the tools ...
Speaking to new mothers on newborn care and nutrition during a clinic session, Habibo is on the front line of the struggle to save mothers and infants lives in Somalia. For her, midwifery is a calling ...
... social protection systems in Somalia consequently exposing men and boys, girls and women to violence. According to the United Nations about 800 cases of rape, domestic violence, female genital mutilation, ...

 

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