Diaspora Contributes to the Development

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October 23rd, 2020
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Engaging with Somali diaspora:  HIRDA engages with Diaspora organizations and individuals to work together to contribute to the development of Somalia as the country lacks know-how and expertise in all areas.  

Working in a fragile state requires an adaptive approachHIRDA is able to anticipate in a flexible and fast manner on the dynamic context the Somali’s live. Somalia’s problems are big and interconnected

Collaboration with local stakeholders: HIRDA works closely with local communities and community organisations in Somalia to ensure project ownership.

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Events

Webinar: Somali diaspora women invisible actors for Development

December 7th, 2020
The laste decades, Somali diaspora women has been the backbone of Somali families in urban as well as in the rural areas. Most of the Somali people has been saying "the survivors are the families that have female member abroad" Yet they are invisible actors in the development era. this webinar will be discussed how diaspora women can be supported to leverage their contribution and the challenges they face.
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