Ref: 120/08/2015 Date 01/08/2015 Ku: Dhamaan Campaniyasha Qalabka Xafiisyada Hay’ada Hormarinta Haweenka Soomaliyeed waxay soo bandhigysaa qalabaysta labo Centre oo ku Yaalo Daynile iyo Dharkenley kasoo uu ku egyahay codsiga tariikhda Markay tahay 7/08/2015. Qalabaynta waqtiga ugu danbeeya waxa uu ku [...]
Fighting for voice Somalia is a traditional nomadic male-controlled society where women are not given much consideration. Women are not recognized as independent adults, but as dependents on their male counterparts, Women’s exclusion from the customary law (XEER) signifies that women are not accepted as [...]
There is a growing consensus in violence prevention circles that to end violence against women, therefore we must involve and work with men. While men have long been addressed in secondary- and tertiary-based based interventions as perpetrators, now they are also being addressed as ‘partners’ [...]
Background Somali Women Development Centre is a non-governmental and non-profit making organization that was established mid 2000. SWDC is working to improve the situation of women in Somalia. SWDC’s guiding vision is the belief that, with support, women can become empowered to make positive changes in [...]
The program is to improve food security and protection of internally displaced Persons. The aim is to build local capacity and encourage community-based responses to GBV and hygiene and sanitation problems.
The project intends to improve the wellbeing of children and women seeking medical service. It also supports cross referrals of children and families identified as in need of various types of emergency psychosocial support.
This is aimed to integrate peace awareness in SWDC activities in order to influence the general public to contribute the effort towards sustainable peace in Somalia.