We strive to increase inclusive access and completion of education to learners at all levels and to strengthen systems, structures and human resource for effective delivery of services. Our education programming is geared towards basic education development, functional adult learning, vocational education and rehabilitation, construction and reactivation of primary education.
- Restore and expand basic education services both in primary and secondary schools.
- Inclusive education for marginalized groups (pastoralist, internally displaced persons, returnees, children with special education needs and girls).
- Child protective environment/education.
- Improved education quality through improvement of learning environment, continuous in-service teacher professional development and provision of school supplies and equipment.
- Distribution of gender sensitive teaching and learning materials.
- Vocational skills training.
- Accelerated Basic Education (ABE) and Non-Formal Education.
- Strengthening of education systems and capacity building of education administration.
Our strategic aim is to:
- Increase inclusive access and completion of education to learners at all levels.
- To strengthen systems, structures and human resource for effective delivery of services.
- Strengthening Education and Training in Somalia (SETS): The SETS project funded by EU and ADRA Germany aims to expand education and training opportunities, contributing to poverty reduction within a peaceful, secure and democratic Somalia, specifically by ensuring that quality education and vocational training services are efficiently delivered to 60,000 children and youth.
- Strengthening Equity, Access and Quality in Education (SEAQE2): Funded by Norad, SEAQE2 seeks to reach 39,036 learners (20298F/18738M) in 27 primary schools, Accelerated Education/Alternative Learning Programs and TVET centres. The project’s objective is that all learners, regardless of background, ability and gender, equitably access, engage and learn in inclusive educational institutions. These include primary/secondary schools, non-formal education and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).
- The Education Cannot Wait Multi-Year Resilience Program: Program aims to improve the educational attainment, safety for Somali girls and boys affected by crisis, contributing to resilience building within an increasingly peaceful, secure and democratic environment in Somalia, member states and Benadir region.
- Providing access to inclusive, quality and protective education services to displaced girls and boys: Funded by ECHO, the project aims to increase IDP children’s access to quality, protective education and build resilience of children affected by displacement due to disaster and conflict in
Jubaland, Hirshabelle and South West States of Somalia.
- Educate Girls, End Poverty (EGEP-T): The EGEP-Transition Project funded by DFID, seeks to retain 9,120 girls in primary and secondary schools in Somaliland, and ensure that they complete the cycle of education by transitioning from one level to the next, in the education ladder.
- Somalia Girls Education Promotion Project (SomGEP-T): Funded by DFID, the SOMGEP-T Project purposes to benefit 7, 100 vulnerable girls in 32 schools in Galmudug Region of Somalia, to ensure that they complete the cycle of education and transition to various life opportunities.