Education & Youth Development

PROVIDING EDUCATION AND SKILLS EMPOWERMENT FOR A BETTER FUTURE

SAF-UK International is committed to connecting young Somalis to youth-friendly services (e.g., labor market information, and 21st century  skills), allowing them to be empowered and live a full and productive life.

 

In accordance with the national need of vocational training for economic development, our aim is to inform, educate and train youth in Somalia. We aim at facilitating a belief that skills training will offer youth the chance to secure jobs faster, to be self-reliant, establish their own business and in turn, commit to building a stronger Somalia, starting from youth who believe, who can, and who do. 

Through our projects and partnerships, we are addressing some of the current challenges within the Millennium Development Goals, e.g.:
– Eradicating Extreme Poverty
– Promote Gender Equality and empower women
– Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases

HOW BEHAVIOUR CHANGE CAN REDUCE MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN IN IDP CAMPSIN SOMALIA

Each year, several million children either die or suffer irreparable developmental defects because of Vitamin A deficiency. Countless others are harmed by malnutrition,starvation and cholera. Yet many of these deaths would be preventable if we address the underlying causes head on and use the tools that exists to stop them’’

DOUBLE TRAGEDY: SAF-UK empowers a mother to save her twins from malnutrition

Kahda,Mogadishu June 2019–  A look of permanent worry is etched on the face of Roodo Issack, a mother of six,  […]

SHF SUPPORTING SAF-UK HEALTH AND NUTRITION PROJECTS IN HOBYO DISTRICT

SAF UK is happy to announce that we have secured SHF March 2019 standard allocation for both Health and Nutrition Projects in Hobyo District.

HOW SAF-UK IS IMPROVING NUTRITION OF VULNERABLE CHILDREN IN IDP CAMPS IN KISMAYO.

Each year, several million children either die or suffer irreparable developmental defects because of Vitamin A deficiency. Countless others are harmed by malnutrition,starvation and cholera. Yet many of these deaths would be preventable if we address the underlying causes head on and use the tools that exists to stop them’’

BRINGING MATERNAL HEALTHCARE TO THE PEOPLE LIVING IN IDP CAMPS IN SOUTH CENTRAL SOMALIA

When Amino Abdi Mohamed gave birth to her first child 8 years ago, maternal health care services in JAMAME region which is 60km away from Kismayo were non-existent. She lost her first born baby girl because of lack of maternal health care since the nearest health care center was located in Kismayo.

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