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  Peer tutoring training was done for 16 girls from five secondary schools in Galgaduud and Hiiran. The two-day training was done in Guri-Ceel to give the girls skills to support marginalized primary ...
... Education Officer Galgaduud  ...
... characters in a radio drama. This is an excerpt from one of the radio dramas sponsored by Educate Girls End Poverty project that were aired in the regions of Banadir, Mudug and Galgaduud. The drama focused ...
  Mogadishu, Somalia - Fadhumo Bile is a mother of five from Guri-Ceel in Somalia’s Galgaduud Region. She qualified to receive training on tailoring, tie-and-dye and cooking at a vocational ...
  Farhiya, a mother of five from Ceel Dheer town in Somalia’s Galgaduud region operates a small shop to support her family. Her husband is unemployed making her the sole bread winner; a trend she ...
... intended to benefit the residents of Ceel Dheer in the coastal area of Galgaduud Region of Somalia. The families – of which at least 70% are female headed households - will be supported with at least 30% ...
... conducted in May 2013, involved 612 respondents (221 women) in Galgaduud, Mudug and Mogadishu, Somalia. Primary and secondary schools students, parents and community education committees (CECs) participated ...
... 12,500 men and boys will be able to access water and hygiene facilities in schools and Mother and Child Health centres in Ceel Dheer and Xarardheere.   Geographical areas: Galgaduud: ...
... on IMAM (Nurses, Midwifes, Auxiliary Nurses, Nutrition screeners, and Community Health Workers).   Geographical areas: Mudug, Galgaduud and Banadir regions    ...
... Dabagalo, Wahweyn, Jowle, Boondheere, Yaaqshiid. Nutrition services were spread out in South Mudug, Galgaduud and Banadir regions.    ...
... through vocational training; 34 enterprises working as training partners; Areas of Dhuusamarreeb; Gaalkacyo, Cadaado, Belet Weyne, Guri-Ceel and Ceel Dheer in the regions of Galgaduud, South Mudug ...
... also in Galgaduud and Mudug. In four urban centers a team composed of BISC coordinators, mentors, trainers and business experts caters for the needs of young people who want to start new businesses or ...
... and livestock inputs. Geographical Areas: Mudug: Hobyo; Wisil; Gawan. Galgaduud: Ceell Dheer; Mereeg; Bilicile; Quruuraxle; Bocle; Higale. See where ...
... and is currently is reaching: About 3,000 Somali youth (of which at least 70% women); 6 districts (four in Galgaduud, one in South Mudug and one in Hiraan); VETAPE project comprises of different ...
... of: 8,262 children (of which 50% are girls and 15% IPDs); 48 schools (39 mixed schools and 9 in IDP camps); Five districts (three in Galgaduud and two in South Mudug); Different kind of educational ...
Our focus Despite the insecurity in central Somalia, CISP continues to provide essential and emergency health care services in Mudug and Galgaduud. CISP concentrates its effort on preventive ...
... attended functional literacy and numeracy courses, and 1,422 received vocational training in 6 urban centres in Galgaduud, Mudug and Hiraan regions, in Central Somalia. An additional 1,089 trainees are ...
... (46% girls) and 206 teachers (23% women), in approximately 250 rural locations, have been impacted by CISP’s support of schools in Ceel Dheer, Galcaad, Xarardeere and Dhusamareeb (in Galgaduud and South ...
... boys and girls, for community education and health centres; • Provision of pipelines and storage tanks in urban areas hosting IDPs. Geographical areas: Galgaduud: Dhuusamarreeb; Mudug: Hobyo. ...
In 2010, CISP’s intervention in Galgaduud and Mudug includes: - 10 shallow wells, two water storage facilities and one borehole drilled; - 11 Water Committees trained on treatment, maintenance and management ...
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