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VALIDATION WORKSHOP OF BASELINE SURVEY REPORT ON COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES ON GENDER EQUALITY IN GALKACYO DISTRICT IN PUNTLAND, SOMALIA.

SBACO held a baseline survey workshop on 18th Aug, 2018 on community perceptions and attitudes on gender equality in Galkacyo district in Puntland, Somalia.

SBACO invited 35 participants from different target groups of 5 Youth, 5 Women activist, 5 Civil Society Organizations, 4 Elders, 4 Media, 5 Councilors, 5 Community Based Organizations and 2 representative

By |August 25th, 2018|Activities, Ongoing Projects|0 Comments

Promoting women’s political participation, representation and leadership in Somalia Launching event in Adado District

SBACO launched a new project on 15th April, 2018 on Promoting women’s political participation, representation and leadership in Somalia funded by United Nation Democracy Fund in Adado Galmudug State of Somalia. SBACO invited 35 participants from different target groups of 8 Youth, 3 Women activist, 7 Civil Society Organizations, 4 Elders, 2 Media, 6 Councilors, 3 Community Based

By |May 1st, 2018|Activities|0 Comments

New Project Launching event

SBACO launched a new project on 11th April, 2018 on Promoting women’s political participation, representation and leadership in Somalia funded by United Nation Democracy Fund in Galkacyo Puntland State of Somalia. SBACO invited 35 participants from different target groups of 9 Youth, 4 Women activist, 8 Civil Society Organizations, 2 Elders, 3 Media, 5 Councilors,

By |April 15th, 2018|Activities|0 Comments

Terms of Reference For Baseline survey on the perceptions and attitudes of gender equality

 Location: Galkayo and Adado

Introduction

Somali Birth Attendants Cooperative Organization (SBACO) was founded in 1994 by groups of women elites. The reason was to advocate and support to survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) with the consent of survivors, combat and prevent all forms of violence against women and children, promote women empowerment and popularization of their participation

By |April 12th, 2018|Publication|0 Comments

PROMOTING WOMEN’S POLITICAL PARTICIPATION, REPRESENTATION AND LEADERSHIP IN SOMALIA FUNDED BY UNITED NATION DEMOCRACY FUND

PROJECT OVERVIEW

This Project aims to reduce inequality among women and men in the targeted Somali communities and challenge discrimination against women through promoting an inclusive society. The project will mainly contribute to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5, gender equality, but also SDG 10, reduced inequalities and SDG 16 peace, justice and strong institutions of the

By |April 7th, 2018|Activities|0 Comments

SBACO Respond- Galkacyo Conflict

SBACO established two health mobile teams to assist the displaced people with provision of essential drugs and health services. 472 pregnant mothers and 185 children from the South and North Galkacyo displaced settlement were reached and given essential drugs.

By |November 8th, 2016|Activities|0 Comments

MWHs STAFF REFRESHER TRAINING

4 Days refresher training was conducted on October 28th for the MWHs staff, the training was one of the 2015 project component. Topics including safe motherhood, signs of complicated cases, importance of early referral and neonatal care will be covered during the training.

By |October 28th, 2015|Activities|0 Comments

Maternity Waiting Homes (MWH) Project

SBACO in Partnership with UNFPA is currently implementing MWH project in 9 IDPs and 2 villages in North and South Galkacyo. The Project is a new initiative which has been adopted by UNFPA Somalia in 2009 to reduce Maternal and Neonatal Mortality and Morbidity. Somalia is one of the Top countries with high maternal mortality

By |October 3rd, 2015|Ongoing Projects|0 Comments

Local Midwives training

SBACO in support with  UNFPA has conducted 4 days training for 40 midwives from outside Galkacyo villages both in North and South, Puntland and GalMudug MoHs has attended the training.

The training was covering on topics on safe motherhood, referral of complicated cases, neonatal care FGMand STIs prevention.

 

 

By |September 20th, 2015|Activities|0 Comments