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KAALO’s SEIPP Project has done asset transfers for 200..

KAALO’s SEIPP Project has done asset transfers for 200 small business entrepreneurs who have previously trained in Business entrepreneurship skills. The main objective is to strengthen the individual and socio-economic resilience of extremely poor IDPs and members of host communities in Garowe Puntland Somalia through VLSAs, life skills, entrepreneurship and vocational skills training, and distribution

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Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment in Somalia

Somalia is among the world’s most vulnerable countries to the impacts of climate change, which are to a large degree the result of poverty, environmental degradation, displacement, and conflict. Currently KAALO Aid and Development conducted Somalia/Somaliland level Climate change vulnerability assessment particularly in: • Puntland• Somaliland• Jubland• Southwest• Galmudug• Hirshabele The overall objective is to

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Immediate Water Trucking for Beledweyne Flood-Affected Households

KAALO has started water trucking that targeted 1,600 households for flood-affected communities in Beled-Wayne, the main objective is to provide immediate water access to 1,600 flood-affected households in Baladweyn through one month of water trucking activities. This is to address the immediate water needs of flood-affected households, reduce the impact of the floods, improve WASH

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Installation of Street lights, and distribution of Energy-saving Stoves to Reduce protection risks and needs

Distribution of 300 energy-saving stoves to vulnerable women and girls KAALO distributed 300 energy-saving stoves to vulnerable women and girls in 7 IDPs in Garowe IDPs (Jilab1, Jilab 2, Jiingadaha, Shabeele, Alkheyraad and Burtinle IDPs (Ladan &Barwaaqo) and the distribution of these items were aimed to mitigate protection risks and contribute to a feeling of

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KAALO in collaboration with GIZ conducted a skill training program for 40 young people

Kaalo Aid and Development Organization, which focuses on improving the skills and knowledge of young people to create opportunities for employment, gave 40 young people a 4-month training program on Power (Electricity, Solar, and Cooling system) and Auto mechanics. The program lasted for a period of 4 months and trained the students in the Power

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KAALO has conducted skill training and awareness on GREEN FODDER growing for the farmers of Jariban district.

KAALO, which participates in raising the quality and knowledge of agricultural professionals in Jariban, Mudug region, has raised awareness about the modern method of cultivating green grass without soil (Green Fodder) for more than 100 households in the district. This awareness was accompanied by separate focus training on how to plant Green Fodder which was

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KAALO has participated in the commemoration of World Food Day

KAALO has participated in the commemoration of World Food Day, the ceremony was presented with different products and crops grown in local farms, the meeting was attended by government institutions, organizations, and local farmers who shared their experiences regarding sustainable agricultural practices. KAALO is one of the organizations that support and works strongly in the

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KAALO has responded to the Gu’ floods in Baladweyne Hirshabelle region

Since the beginning of the Gu’ seasonal (April-June) rains have caused floods that have destroyed shelters, latrines, farmland, washed away livestock, temporarily closed schools and damaged other household and community assets. According to the UN OCHA flash and riverine floods situation report in May 2023 for Hirshabelle State, the Shabelle River water level have risen

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