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... Centres. “I usually visit GBV survivors in their homes, in the camps I try to make them feel like I am their sister, I am here to help, so there are times I help them fetch water from the community well.  ...
... and watering the trees today,” mentioned a school zone director. The students can already foresee the positive outcome of this exercise. Aliya, a grade four student: “The trees will make our school very ...
... barely eat or even drink the water I was trying to give him,” Hasno narrated. In distress, she asked her neighbour for advice: “My neighbour told me that I could take him to Boondheere clinic for free ...
... schools have no fencing or if it is there, it is in a poor condition. Other schools are located in rented or very old buildings. Toilets are described as unhygienic or inadequate, while drinking water ...
... 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 ...
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. ...
... and Reporting (IDSR); 27 health staff and 48 community health-workers were trained on preparedness and response to Acute Watery Diarrhoea; 30 health workers were trained on IMAM; 28 health workers ...
... to the most vulnerable households. In 2010: 800 goats were distributed to 200 families; Two water pans were rehabilitated within the area of the livestock distribution; A section of the ...
...  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 ...
... of gender-­‐segregated latrines, provision of hand-­‐wash facilities, advocacy on the importance of safe water supply, sensitization on gender issues, and promotion of child protection has provided life-­‐saving ...
Essential drugs, food baskets and safe water as quick emergency response in South Central Somalia Read More  ...
• Construction and rehabilitation of water points, shallow wells, boreholes and storage facilities; • Provision of equipment and chlorine used for treatment of water; • Establishing and training Community ...
In 2010, CISP’s intervention in Galgaduud and Mudug includes: - 10 shallow wells, two water storage facilities and one borehole drilled; - 11 Water Committees trained on treatment, maintenance and management ...
From 2009, as a part of its comprehensive program to support of the agro pastoralist communities in Galgaduud and Mudug, CISP has been putting additional effort in monitoring access to safe water for human ...
... to safe water for human and animal consumption, with the aim of adequately responding to acute crisis, along with long term challenges. As drought conditions have worsened, CISP is significantly scaling-up ...
...  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 ...
... Illness (IMCI) and Integrated Disease Surveillance and Reporting (IDSR); 27 health staff and 48 community health-workers were trained on preparedness and response to Acute Watery Diarrhoea; 30 health ...
... pastoralist communities, with particular attention to the most vulnerable households. In 2010: 800 goats were distributed to 200 families; Two water pans were rehabilitated within the area ...
... school staff. WASH ° CISP consults women/girls and men/boys in the assessment phase, to identify the safe and risk free locations for water points and sanitation facilities. ...
Somalia is a semi-arid to arid country, in which less than 29% of the total population has access to safe water. In the rural areas this figure goes down to 4%1. Frequent droughts, combined with a prolonged ...
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