We are a non-governmental organization established in 1999, Stockholm, Sweden. Its main project activities are concentrated on humanitarian, rehabilitation and reconstruction interventions in Somalia in order to decrease illiteracy rate, enhance primary education and provide better health care and other social services.
This training provided trainees with theoretical & practical knowledge so that they become skilled electricians and could be able to handle electronic installations, domestic appliances, installation & maintenance of radios; TVs refrigerators etc. and they can also repair/install electric wiring and related equipment in buildings and small factories. Solar Energy system installation is also included in this program.
Its a life training skill for youth community that equip them with the necessary skills to perform mechanical maintenance, including the removal and replacement of equipment (pumps, gearboxes, motors and power transmission systems) and identification and rectification of bearing faults within these systems.
Sexual Health & Reproductive Rights (SRHR)
SRHR training for school teachers in Mogadisho started January 2017 and will continue until end of 2019. The training helps participants build ‘basic’ or preliminary understanding of issues related to sexuality, sexual rights, gender, and human rights, and their interconnections and eventually strengthening education and training on gender and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Somalia. The training has been delivered by qualified doctors to provide adequate skills to implement sex education in schools.
English Language Training
SOSDA/Daryeel Tree Plantation Program has successfully planted various trees at public schools and centers. Many schools benefited from their own active participation in sowing and planting of saplings. This also encouraged the community to care for and take ownership of the trees planted by them.
Tree Plantation also had a significant impact on the primary schools associated with SOSDA because students learn the benefit of trees and perform the same in their homes.
With SOSDA expanding its tree plantation program in other towns, we aim to expand, improve and mitigate climate change. It mobilized the community so that they become tree planters and plant lovers.
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