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... intended to benefit the residents of Ceel Dheer in the coastal area of Galgaduud Region of Somalia. The families – of which at least 70% are female headed households - will be supported with at least 30% ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... the cycle of poverty. The project is being implemented in Somalia and Somaliland by a consortium of seven NGOs; Relief International, CISP, CfBT Education Trust, Gruppo per le Relazioni Transculturali, ...
... clean water, food and assistance in times of crisis and recovery.   Education for All Ensuring that boys and girls in Somalia have access to quality education is a core priority for CISP. Different ...
... narrowing.   Is this the case for Somalia?   Despite great strides Somalia is not on track to meet the target. The average gross enrollment at the Primary school level is one of the lowest with ...
... Public Service Dr. Maryan Qasim. This is a three year project that aims to strengthen a cohesive education sector in Somalia by increasing access to relevant education and also improving the quality of ...
There is finally hope for peace and stability in Somalia. However, limited education opportunities combined with high rates of unemployment are still a major challenge for young men and women. According ...
... Mogadishu during the peace activities that were carried out by CISP Somalia between 19th and 23rd November 2012. “We have never seen peace, but we can blossom like flowers in a land where there is peace,” ...
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. ...
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