Daryeel Association in Mogadishu has office with good VSAT and electronic equipments such as satellite connection, computers, scanners, printers, digital cameras with GPS, etc) which supports a group of professional staff (economists, finance accounting, logistics, engineers and architect, M&E experts, security, etc) close to 20 local and diaspora .In an attempt to diversify and as part of Daryeel Association ,Daryeel Supply Solutions tackles our consulting services with ability to support clients to solve their problems from strategy to implementation.With experts in different fields we deliver value added results which are born integrated skills and talent from different parts of the world. Daryeel Association has collaborations and partnerships with the following national and international organizations:
- Benadir Administration, Mogadishu; TFG Ministries: Finance; Planning and International Cooperation; Education, Interior and National Security; Water, Energy and Natural Resources; Commerce and Industry; Information and Telecommunication, and autonomous Government institutions (such as Disaster Management Agency, Civil Servants Commission, Migration and Naturalization Authority, etc.). Through Capacity-Building for Somalia (CBS) projects , we collaborate also with the Migration Authority in Mogadishu, Civil Aviation, Customs, Port Authority, Disaster Management Authorit (DMA), etc.
- International Organisation for Migration (IOM) on Transitional Initiative for Somalia on infrastructure and public buildings rehabilition funded by USAID; QUESTS-MIDA on diaspora skills transfer for Governments institutions and capacity-building funded by UNDP and CBS MIDA funded by Japanese Cooperation. With ILO, we have collaborated preparing an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), manual and training tools through Joint Project Local Government program funded by UNDP, UN HABITAT, UNICEF, ILO and UNCDF. We also implemented with ILO a short training program for newly graduated engineers from the Benadir University, Mogadishu coordinated by eng and professor Abdirizak Nunnow, Former Mogadishu Mayor and Governor.