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News And Updates

  • Provision of Emergency WASH Services for Vulnerable populations in Galkayo and Hobyo. (9/14/2018) - CPD project team in Galkayo and Hobyo have finally completed the identification and registration of an Emergency WASH services for Vulnerable populations in the two Districts of Mudug region. Up to 30,000 people (21,000 people in Galkayo and 9000 in Hobyo districts) will be provided with clean water until November 30, 2018. Twenty chlorinators (14 Continue Reading
  • Teachers and School Committees trained in efforts to aid learning among Mogadishu IDPs (8/30/2018) - Drought and conflict made school enrollment rates in Somalia one of the lowest in the World. Only 30% of children have learning opportunities meaning up to 3 million children are out of school in the country. With the support of Somalia Humanitarian Fund (SHF), CPD equipped 21 teachers and school committees drawn from Mogadishu’s Kahda, Continue Reading
  • Communities in Hobyo sign 13-clause social contract as Peace Forums conclude (5/28/2018) - Community members in Hobyo District of Mudug region have concluded the reconciliation component of the Wadajir Framework project with the signing of a 13-clause social contract. The contract was signed by selected elders in the District Reconciliation Conference. The three day conference held between 19th – 21 May 2018 brought together over 100 participants drawn Continue Reading
  • Hobyo DPRC formed under the Wadajir Framework (1/4/2018) - An eleven-member District Peace and Reconciliation Committee was selected by the local community in Hobyo under the Wadajir project framework following days of consultative meetings in December last year. The meetings, which started on December 23, was officially opened by the State Minister for Internal Affairs and local authorities of Galmudug State Hon. Omar Mohamed. Continue Reading
  • 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

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