I am Ismail Mohamed Abdi. I am living in Hargeisa, Somliland. I have been working for Save the Children International in Somali-land as a child protection coordinator. I am extremely happy working for Save the Children International for protecting children from all forms of violations and abuses. Before I joined to Save the Children in November 23, 2002, used to work Hargeisa Orphanage Center.
A shocking story about my Mother’s Death
My mother died at my age of 5…Continue
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your voice matters! Would you like to participate in a project of UNICEF Germany? Your opinions will be posted (translated into German) on our youth platform www.younicef.de - and the best statements will be published in a book!
Please send us your opinion answering (briefly) the following two questions before December 27th:
1) What do you think is the most urgent problem in the world today?
2) What is…Continue
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On November 1-4, YPID, in collaboration with IICRD and the Pender Island Restorative Justice Program, hosted a four-day Art of Hosting session at beautiful Poets Cove Resort on Pender Island, British Columbia.
The Art of Hosting is a global community of practitioners using integrated participatory change…Continue
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I would like to share with you about a tragic incidence of two young brothers(3 and 5 yrs old) who dead in burnt house in my town (Hargeisa) in Somali-land on 14/10/2012 ,at 2: 00 PM. the media and eye witness reported that the mother these innocent children was away when the house(hat) burnt on 14/10/2012, in Internally displaced village for minority community in Hargeisa, Somali-land.
I think it’s extremely important that international organizations, networks , individuals who work…Continue
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ARCOS Uganda started its volunteer program in May of 2010 and we hope to invite more volunteers in the future. However, at the moment we are still a small family with few volunteer opportunities. Our project is still developing and volunteer needs and requirements will rapidly change as…Continue
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Sustainable Volunteer Work in Mukono, Uganda
Are you looking to do something more meaningful on your travels?
Beacon of Hope Uganda (BoHU) recruits volunteers for locally-run community, conservation, teaching, health, building and sports projects around Uganda. Volunteers are an integral part of everything that happens at BoHU. We couldn’t do it without them. There are many ways to volunteer your time, as well as your skills, to help out. Depending on the…
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To Help Street Kids Hargeysa, Somaliland, June 2, 2012 (SL Times) – Save the Children launched a new program to help homeless children. A ceremony to mark the occasion was held at Mansoor Hotel on May 24. The ceremony was attended by the chairman of Somaliland Supreme Court , the minister of resettlement, legislators, the Director of humanitarian assistance in the Presidency, the deputy head of the custodial forces, representatives from the ministry of justice, labor and community affairs,…Continue
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Program Dates: This program runs all throughout the year. Program orientation will take place the second day of your arrival.
Program Duration: Volunteers can choose to volunteer for a period of 1 month to 6 months.…Continue
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Young Partners in Development is committed to a process of collective learning and development within the world of youth-led and youth-serving organizations. It is being founded by the International Institute for Child Rights Development (IICRD) and is a partnership between academic institutions and youth organizations.Continue
Details, documents & more: http://j.mp/JDdfMd
The Future of Youth Movements Summit was convened in New York on February 16-17 to gain insight from organizations, institutions, and individuals on the development of a collaborative network of youth-led and youth-serving organizations. The objectives of the event were to model competencies, identify points of collaboration, and strengthen understanding and alignment across the youth sector to maximize collective impact. In addition, the summit featured the launch of the…Continue
Added by Jon Ramer on May 29, 2012 at 11:00pm — No Comments
I’m sorry to share with you two young children -brother and sister (13 years old girl and 10 yrs old boy) from Internally Displaced (IDP) State House camp in Hargeisa died in a water dam in Jigjiga yar Village in Hargeisa on 8 May 2012, at 4:30 PM. The young girl was washing clothes at the dam. The young brother brought lunch for his sister. Unfortunately, the young boy fallen into the dam. For her kindness, the young sister tried to protect him. Unluckily, both of them died. Each year…Continue
WINNIPEG, MB - When she was 14-years-old, Shirley Delorme Russell and her five siblings were placed in foster care. She would change homes three times in the next several years. Although she was a bright student, Shirley stopped going to…Continue
Added by Tina Pelletier on March 15, 2012 at 2:03pm — No Comments
Native teen’s posthumous plea for education finds traction in Parliament
Shannen Koostachin had a dream: to go to school in a proper building, not a decrepit portable on contaminated soil.
The Grade 8 student from Attawapiskat in Northern Ontario journeyed to Ottawa to make…Continue
OTTAWA — A decision to dismiss a landmark attempt to hold the federal government legally responsible for the plight of aboriginal children living on reserve allows Canada to duck its responsibility to a generation of youth, human rights advocates told…Continue
Added by Tina Pelletier on February 21, 2012 at 9:25am — No Comments
If you have the research and action capacity to enable systems change by government and/or NGO's to progressively impact child soldiering, child prostitution, child labor, organized child begging and child homelessness, or child trafficking please be in touch by emailing details to firstname.lastname@example.org for possible partnering and funding of action research in third world regions.
Morris Saldov, M.S.W., Ph.D
Retired Professor of Social Work in International and Community…Continue
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PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Community Resource Guide: “What can I do to help the Families of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women and girls?”
January 31, 2012 (Ottawa, ON) - The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) is pleased to announce the release of a new product entitled, “Community Resource Guide: What can I do to help the Families of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women and girls?” The Community Resource Guide (CRG) is a plain-language…Continue
Added by Tina Pelletier on February 1, 2012 at 9:36am — No Comments