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.
Thousands of Somali families escaped their homes when the 2017 drought paralyzed their villages, destroyed their livestock, and led to their children’s deaths. Without food, water or income, many traveled long distances to settle in large internally displaced persons in Bosaso, Qardho and other regions in Puntland state
Delivery of Quality Mother and child Health services for IDPs and vulnerable urban population in Puntland.
Midwifery is also vital to many IDPs who sort to deliver their young ones in camps where medical facilities are not well established
Critically, the rains have since ceased in some parts of the country, and as a result food security of some southern regions – particularly in Bosaso and surrounding areas in Bari region.