Somalia - The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) supported the UN Migration Agency (IOM) to roll out two trainings on trafficking, smuggling, and human rights of migrants, returnees, internally displaced persons and refugees for the Counter Trafficking Agency of Somaliland and the Somaliland Ministry of Return, Resettlement and Reintegration between 28-30 May 2017.
As with most public institutions, Somaliland’s justice sector has suffered immense challenges in terms of physical structures and human capital.
Improving Access to Health and Service Delivery in Bosaso and Garowe Towns and Its Environs in the Puntland State of Somalia
While there has been positive progress in Somalia’s health sector, the Puntland state of Somalia still faces enormous challenges especially in the delivery of better health services as envisaged in the ‘Somali Compact’ and the ‘New Deal Initiative’.
Water Pumps and Sanitation Tools Support Community Efforts to Tackle Floods in Jowhar District, Middle Shabelle
The Middle Shabelle Region in Somalia suffers from recurrent floods which threaten community life, property, and livelihoods.
Somali youth face limited opportunities to engage in sports since much of the public infrastructure, such as sports facilities, was destroyed during the civil war. To support youth engagement in sports, IOM worked with the Benadir Regional Administration (BRA) to organize a month-long soccer tournament for the 17 districts of Mogadishu entitled “Sports for Peace”.