Somali Aid, in Partnership with UNICEF
Somali Aid in Partnership with UNICEF, runs many TSFP and OTPs sites in Jilib, Middle Juba where the target beneficiaries are over 2,000 U5 and Pregnant and Lactating women.
Somali Aid Intervention in Faragurow Leprosy Hospital
Somali Aid Rehabilitated runs and manages Faragurow (Baladul-Rahma) Hospital, supporting leprosy patients, from many sides, such as: Medical care, Nutritional support, rehabilitation and developmental training to promote their awareness of the disease. We provided a working Medical team in the hospital including a Medical Doctor who give daily Medical care, treatment and continuous follow up of their chronic disease (leprosy) and its consequences.
Somali Aid has distributed Non-Food Items (NFIs)
In situations of displacement, there is always loss of personal property. Very often people flee with little more than the clothes they are wearing. In addition to food, people affected by crisis need basic life saving non-food items for their survival including items such as blankets, sleeping mats and plastic sheeting to safe-guard them from rain, sun, wind and the cold weather and environmental conditions.
- Food Security & Livelihood
- Education Programs
- Health and Nutrition
- WASH Programs
- Capacity Building Programs
- Shelter and NFIs
Building healthy communities
Working through partnerships
Serving the disadvantaged people
Voice from a beneficiary
“Following the devastating effects of the last drought. We completely ran out of water and all our herds died. We thank Somali Aid for their prompt intervention; we now have enough water for our daily use.” Mohamud Noor, Shallow well beneficiary, Qoryoleey.