• To Improve Health service
• To enhance water and Sanitation services.
• To Promote income generating and create vocational skills for the IDPS, refugees, asylum seekers and host community to make them self sufficient and reduce the level of poverty living.
• To improve the rights of women focusing on the issues as female genital mutilations FGM, and other forms of discriminations against girls and women.
The internally displaced, children from minority groups, the very poor, orphans, children with special needs, working children, children living in the streets, less fortunate children and children in conflict with the law, are all in special need of protection. In most of these categories, girls are especially disadvantaged.
For many Somali women – giving birth is a terrifying ordeal. Women usually given birth at home, without professional help, far from medical facilities that could save their lives. One in every seven Somali children dies before their fifth birthday and tens of thousands are severely malnourished. In keeping with tradition most Somali women still give birth at home without any skilled personnel with them.