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... make a big difference in the community.” “The health consequences of FGM are both immediate and life-long. It has badly affected the physical, mental and psycho-social wellbeing of most Somali girls ...
... were also trained on how to facilitate tutoring sessions and lesson planning. During the same month a three-day health and hygiene promotion was conducted in eleven schools in Galgaduud and Hiraan.  ...
... village on the outskirts of Karaan district, Mogadishu in January 2015 to provide free health and nutrition services. “My son has been sick and feeding poorly, my neighbour advised me to bring him here” ...
... agencies and other stakeholders. Health workers from clinics in Mogadishu provided a first-hand account of service provision to survivors, a crucial component of this project. During the event, findings ...
... (GBV) in Somalia. Emphasis is placed on supporting the health, psychosocial, education, and security and justice systems for the provision of community-based care. The community members, elders, religious ...
... need it is made possible by a team of dedicated health workers.  They operate under challenging security environment and it is for that reason that pseudonyms are used as they tell us about their work. ...
The purpose of refresher courses for health workers is to provide exposure to current nursing practices. A three day training programme was designed to update and enhance knowledge and clinical skills ...
Since 1980, CISP has worked with communities in Somalia to increase access to basic services such as health care, education and livelihood opportunities. During this time, the people of Somalia have ...
  Sahro Moallin Bashir, a 25-year-old mother of three has visited Boondheere Health Centre every week for three weeks.  Her two-year old child was diagnosed with malnutrition when she first brought ...
... treatment. I had never been there before but I was relieved by the prospect of hope.” At Boondheere Health Centre, CISP is working with the local community,health authorities and other partners to increase ...
  World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 800 women die every day from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. Of these, 99% are from developing countries. Skilled care before, ...
... fundamental rights and equal opportunities for all; access to education, health care and livelihood opportunities. The seed that grew to become CISP was planted in Somalia in 1983: A group of 15 students ...
... CISP over saw the training of two groups of Health service providers from MCHs currently supported by CISP. The groups comprised of Community Health Workers, Case Managers, Counselors and nurses. It is ...
  Nairobi, Kenya - ‘Compassion, competence and confidentiality’ was the foundation message during the training on Clinical Care for Sexual Assault Survivors (CCSAS). Eleven staff working in health ...
... hospitals require patients to pay. I once had to use my money because the survivor needed medical care and did not have the money.” “GBV survivors also face stigma from the society which includes health ...
Free health services provided by Mother and Child Health (MCH) centres in Mogadishu provide much needed support to mothers and their children who would otherwise not have access to medical care. At Boondheere ...
Instead of playing with other boys his age, two year old Shukri, a lies on his mother's lap at the Ceel Dheer Mother and Child Health centres, his breathing fast, his movements slow and laboured. His small ...
... and she has been practicing the profession for more than 20 years. Currently she is the chief midwife at a Mother and Child Health (MCH) Centre supported by CISP in Mogadishu.   She champions the reduction ...
Frequent sand storms can take a toll on buildings; over the years, Ceel Dheer Mother and Child Health (MCH) Centre had been not spared as was evident from the peeling paint and rusted iron sheets. The ...
... ways to mitigate them. Programmes are jointly designed and implemented to address a range of needs ensuring that children, women and men have access to education, health care, protection, livelihood opportunities, ...
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