Somalia has experienced a continuing civil war since 1991. In the northern part of Somalia there are two states: the state of Somaliland, which wants to be recognized as a separate nation, and Puntland, which is content to be part of the Somali Federation. In early 2010 the militant Islamic extremist group Harakat Al-Shabaab controlled most of southern Somalia, including a large part of the capital, Mogadishu, where it imposed a harsh form of Sharia law.
Our main vision is to endeavour for the Children and people of Somalia and the Horn of Africa as a whole to achieve self-sufficiency for necessities such as basic educations, public health services, poverty, a cohesive and peaceful society that is capable of deciding their own future.
Sensitization & Awareness campaign on how to prevent and control Acute Watery Diarrhea (AWD) /cholera with the help of Gedo Health Consortium (GHC) staff in mid 2007.
Social mobilization activities in support of child health days (CHDs) and or national immunization days campaigns in Luuq district with the joint collaboration of WHO, UNICEF and the Somali ministry of health from January to Dec 2013