Our work in Somalia/land

Since outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) twinned with the climate change emergency, it has become more important than ever now to support the poorest and most marginalised communities in the world. After all we alive in small village.

Combating Hunger

A crushing famine hit Somalia only three years ago, killing an estimated 260,000 people. The same conditions are now in place for a repeat of those dreadful scenes of hunger. Help Us This Ramadan

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Access to clean water

Lack of access to safe water is a striking feature in almost all parts of Somalia. Only 30% of Somalis have access to safe water (20% in the worst-affected areas of the south) and this increases the risk of outbreaks of waterborne diseases.

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Mental Health

Mentally challenged people are stigmatized, discriminated and socially isolated. Degrading and dangerous cultural practices such as being restrained with chains are not only widespread but also socially and medically accepted…

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