CHILD PROTECTION AWARENESS THROUGH THE MEDIA

The Child To Child (CTC) support groups conducted Child protection awareness for other children in different IDP camps. The children identified existing key Child protection concerns, which include violence against children, (corporal punishments, FGM, rape, and child marriages) child labor and neglected children. As per to the agreement ,each radio stations has to air the …
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Strengthening Child protection Community Based Structures Project

This report covers SPL project planned activities for this month of November. CPAs conducted community sensitization, mobilization, and awareness on child protection; and promotion of community approaches to protection of children in 10 communities in five regions mainly (Banadir, Middle Shabelle, Lower Shabelle, Hiiran and Galgadud regions) during the first month of the second quarter. …
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Executive Summary of M&E Quarterly Report

At the current SPL is formally running three different projects which is directly working child Protection, Peace Building and Peace Culture in schools which aims empowering different beneficiaries in south and central Somalia. SPL Monitoring and evaluation officer observing changes occurred, appearance of new problems, projects challenges, capacity of structures, collaboration among key stakeholders are …
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Somali Peace Line Systems

Somali Peace Line Audit system Somali Peace line has an organizational audit system which it conducts per yearly. The organization has carried out its audit for the last three years starting from 2013 up to 2015 and produced all the audit required reports. SPL’sauditis a systematic and independent examination of accounts, statutory financial records, documents …
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SUMMARY OF SURVEY ON RESTORING PEACE AND STABILITY IN MOGADISHU 29 July, 2013

1.0 Survey background Following almost 13 years of transitional governments under which the country experienced the worst conflicts, permanent government was democratically elected in 2012 by 275 parliamentarians selected by clan elders. The elected government inherited clan conflicts, weak security forces, corrupted officers, armed opposition, freelance militias, pirates; clan affiliated regional states, dysfunctional government institutions, …
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