We are committed to address humanitarian and development work in situations of recurrentshocks and crisis. Its important to build the resilience chronically vulnerable Somali people,households, communities and systems to climatic shocks and other related risks.
We focus to provide response in creating safe environment for Displaced communities inSomalia. As a result of limited government authority in Somalia, many individuals faceviolence and risks included but not limited; forced displacement, gender-based violence, childrights violations, arbitrary detention, forced recruitment particularly of children,“deportation”, evictions, forced relocation, and family separation.
Health systems research and development is needed to support the global malaria eradication agenda.ISDP participate in all the cluster meetings, also organizes forums and seminars to commemorate various days on the UN and human rights calendar and the Somali National days relevant to its thematic areas. These include the FGM