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  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 ...
... Dancing forms of a man and woman are also featured and a few clef symbols give life to the logo; creating an effect of vivacity. One can almost ‘hear’ it. Somali women use henna to beautify their arms ...
... tailoring businesses in order to generate income.   Fadhumo runs a retail shop and her mother helps her attend to customers, while Fadhumo makes a popular flowing gown for women locally known as baati, ...
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 ...
    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 ...
... are women, their young children’s faces peeping under the flowing hijabs. Amran is assigned to working with survivors of gender based violence, a job she compares to two opposite sides of a coin; rewarding ...
  In a courtyard at the Horseed Women Organization in Gaalkacyo, women sit in rows operating hand looms. Rhythmically moving the shuttle, right left right left and gently pressing the foot treadle ...
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 ...
... to protect women and girls. Sameera appreciates the support given to her, “I received thorough training before the research process started. I believe this made my work in the field easier for me and ...
... such as bleeding a lot. I am glad that women and their children can come here, the services are free and the health education we get helps us to know how we can keep our children from getting sick. This ...
... of maternal mortality in Somalia, by encouraging women to utilize the free services that are on offer in the MCH; such as antenatal and postnatal care, immunization, and maternity services. One in 16 women ...
... 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, ...
... to respond to medical emergencies even late at night. “It will be of great benefit to our society, it will increase the quality of care and women in labour can be attended to at any time including at night,” ...
... 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 ...
... ways to mitigate them. Programmes are jointly designed and implemented to address a range of needs ensuring that children, women and men have access to education, health care, protection, livelihood opportunities, ...
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 ...
... and treatment; Construction of water points through cash for work programs; Rehabilitation and construction of sanitation facilities (latrines and hand washing points), separate for men and women, ...
... for treatment; 701 births were assisted, of which 63 were through Caesarean Section; 287 major surgeries were performed.   HIV/AIDS project 2,530 men and women received Voluntary Confidential ...
... women received antenatal care; 12,888 women were seen at the postnatal care clinics; 1,006 women were referred to hospitals for pregnancy related complications.     Geographical areas: ...
... 2012, CISP’s non-formal education and vocational training activities reached: 1,416 young men and 1,957 young women through basic literacy and numeracy courses; 1,456 young men and 1,055 young women ...

 

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