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…
October 23rd, 2020
Many Somali diaspora feel a strong commitment to the country where they live and work, but also to their country of origin. Their expertise, cultural affinity, and strong commitment make them humanitarian actors in crisis situations, entrepreneurs in business, trade and innovation, as well as excellent agents for development.
April 28th, 2020
HIRDA foundation has been implementing IFTAR projects since 2000 in Somalia for highly vulnerable people such IDPs single mothers and the disabled people. For this project we aim to support 50 families in Abudwak- Somalia for IFTAR in the form of cash vouchers of 50 dollar that they can use to buy food items.
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