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... heritage as a building peace avenue. The event in Shibis district was organized by a local youth group together with CISP with the assistance of local authorities. In attendance were 300 people mainly ...
... singing together and laughing together all these can unite people,” Abdimajid, a Youth member noted.     “The event was interesting and it gave the Hamar Weyne residents a chance to display their ...
    Youth from Boondheere and Yaaqshiid districts of Mogadishu came together to discuss how they can take part in ending violence against women in their society. The meeting was part of the action ...
... Child celebrations held at a primary school in the town. The youth completed training in various courses including; construction, mobile repairs, beauty, accounting, computer skills, soap making, and ...
... Reviving Culture Building Peace, CISP is working with youth and women groups, artists, schools, leaders and other partners to promote the Somali cultural heritage. From March to June 2015, the project ...
Mogadishu - A week-long awareness event on gender based violence was conducted in Mogadishu involving 156 people. They included religious leaders, elders, representatives of women groups and the youth. ...
... is one of the ways to teach the youth in Somalia about their culture. In January, CISP together with Somali Peace Line (SPL) held a workshop on Somali culture for teachers from partner schools in ...
... the demand for quality construction services has grown. The sector has been identified as one of the major potential employment field for youth. By Mohammed Mustaf, Employment Promotion Officer, Gaalkacyo ...
... for the youth. At the festival, the best of Somali artefacts such as; the head rest (barkin), gourd (dhiil), incense burner (dabqaad), the sky camel (AwrkaCirka) pestle (kal), and mortar (mooye) were ...
  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 ...
... General of the MoE Galmudug, Mohamud Aden Abdulle.   Do parents understand the value of education?   With such high rates of unemployment for the youth in Somalia, most parents might not see the ...
... to the Somalia Human Development Report 2012 (HDR), four-fifths of the youth interviewed in south Central Somalia complained about social, economic and political exclusion. Dissatisfaction and vulnerability ...
... that they believed in so deeply. The activities were also aimed at painting a new hopeful image of Somali children and youth. To this extent videos, photos and the lyrics of the peace song were displayed ...
Rights The two decade long civil strife has denied the children and youth of Somalia their rightful entitlement to education. As education is fundamental for the sustenance of peace and progression ...
Rights The two decade long civil strife has denied the children and youth of Somalia their rightful entitlement to education. As education is fundamental for the sustenance of peace and progression ...
... (supported by training on business plan development, assistance in grant application and grant awarding). 20 youth groups will be formed and trained to function as informal saving and credit associations. ...
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 ...
Vocational skills and employment opportunities for youth in Central Somalia   Widespread poverty, limited education options, and lack of livelihood opportunities have a tremendous impact on the lives ...
CISP's livelihood programme includes 2 components:     See CISP's resources on Livelihood
Rights Children and youth of Somalia are rightfully entitled to education; this is fundamental for the sustaining of peace and progression of the country's economy. CISP believes that education ...
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