Somaushelp aims to provide humanitarian and developmental assistance in all regions of Somalia.
Only by Helping Each Other Can We Make A Better Life
The need for humanitarian aid in Somalia has never been greater. Many thousands of Somalian people are homeless, have no jobs and seemingly have no future, THIS IS WHERE WE ALL COME IN… TO HELP THOSE IN A DESPERATE SITUATION
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Our goals are to advocate and lobby for humanitarian assistance for the people of Somalia, to enhance the institutional management capacity of community-based organisations (CBOs) in Somalia, and to design social services and sustainable projects for the marginalised communities in both rural areas and urban centres.
Key focus areas are advocate for Somali communities and collect data that can be shared with partners to coordinate collective action to achieve our goals.
Main activities are seeking financial support, mobilising local resources, sharing information with local and international stakeholders to ensure the integrated and collective work of all groups, providing information to the local communities focusing on health, education, agriculture and livestock, drinking water and environmental conservation, and collecting data for pasture, livestock conditions, agricultural production, land degradation, services provided to the rural communities (hospitals, maternal and child health centres (MCHs), health posts and health centres) and education (literacy rate, primary schools, adult education).
CREATE A BETTER LIFE FOR THE PEOPLE IN SOMALIA
THE NEED IS FOR SIMPLE THINGS
food on the table
Our goals are to encourage forest production of the frankincense collectors, to reduce natural resource degradation by using simple, appropriate, low-cost techniques, and to improve total awareness of natural resource conservation by the local community, local authorities and the international community.
Key focus areas are charcoal prevention, soil conservation, and run-off water harvesting.
Main activities are lobbying and advocating improvement of Somali heritage forest production (frankincense), raising community awareness of the significance of inland resource conservation (such as rock dams), and growing seedlings and distributing shade trees for towns and villages and for wind belts.