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  • Toilets Save Lives – Top Facts (11/19/2017) - Today marks the World toilet day. Toilets save lives because human waste spreads killer diseases. However, 4.5 billion people live without a household toilet that safely disposes of their waste. World Toilet Day is about inspiring action to tackle the global sanitation crisis. By 2030, the Sustainable Development Goals, specifically SDG #6, aim to reach everyone with Continue Reading
  • Global Handwashing Day – Fast Facts (10/16/2017) - The global theme for Global Handwashing Day this year is “our hands, our future”. CPD with the support of UNICEF Somalia through the regional Supply Hub, Galgadud marked the event at Maandeeq Primary School in Adado town whereby .Pupils were given hand washing tips i.e use of soap and water, wash for at least 20 Continue Reading
  • Tabar Wadaag Project Documentary Released. (10/3/2017) - A Community-Government Driven Development Project dubbed the Tabar Wadaag Project was implemented in Adado and Hobyo towns of Galmudug State between June 2016 and March 2017. In both districts, local communities prioritized their needs whereby Adado residents chose upgrading of the district hospital to a referral facility as their number one priority while their Hobyo Continue Reading
  • Vacancy announcements (10/3/2017) - Centre for Peace and Democracy (CPD) proposes to implement an Integrated Emergency response project that provides intervention services to Health, Nutrition, Food Security, Wash and Education in Adado, Abudwak and Dhusamareb in Galmudug region. There shall be Health Centres that will be in Abudwak, Adado and Dhusamareb where there are high numbers of IDPs that Continue Reading
  • Supporting drought displaced people in Adado District, Somalia with Cash Relief (8/2/2017) - Centre for Peace and Democracy in partnership with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and ACT Alliance are supporting drought affected families in Adado district, Galgadud region, #Somalia with unconditional cash transfers through mobile money transfer. The drought response program targets child and women-headed households among other vulnerable households. Each family received $100 per month for three months from Continue Reading

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