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... and Guri-Ceel, benefiting the following: 10,975 children (49% girls); 236 teachers (19% women); 49 primary schools (4 in IDP camps);    ...
Our focus In Somalia only one out of every five youth and adults are literate, young men are at high risk of being involved in the armed conflict, and women are highly exposed to gender based ...
... and life saving health care, addressed mainly to the most vulnerable categories, in particular pregnant women and children under five. Our facts and figures: In 2010: 15 Maternal and Child ...
... of thousands of young men and women in Somalia. If not provided with alternatives, piracy and recruitment into armed conflict remain appealing options for young men; and without self-reliance and empowerment, ...
... the Somali community to view secular education as a complement to religious instruction. Increasingly viewing schools as safe places, Somali girls and women have had the opportunity to receive training ...
... a consultant on Training of Trainers (TOT) on Participatory Theatre to promote child protection, identity and social cohesion in Mogadishu July 2016 Expert for Training on Reducing Stigma Affecting Women ...
... Water Committees, in charge of water management and treatment; • Cash for work; • Rehabilitation and construction of sanitation facilities (latrines and handwash services), separate for men and women, ...
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