Our emergency management approach is to save lives and reduce suffering to disaster affected community, deliver coordinated and integrated emergency life saving interventions to affected communities and strengthen preparedness, mitigation and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) programs that benefit vulnerable households.


The initial interventions were in emergency and relief, but currently the interventions have expanded to include rehabilitation and development interventions in health, water, education, energy, agriculture, cash for work, food for work, distribution of Non-Food Items (NFI) and capacity building.

Our strategic aim is to: 

  • Save lives and reduce suffering of disaster affected.
  • Provide access and restitution of learning in emergency situations.
  • Apply disaster risk management mechanisms to protect livelihoods and reduce social and economic loses.


  1. Cyclone Response Interventions and Support in Somaliland (CRISIS): The CRISIS project funded by UNOCHA (SHF) was aimed at addressing the needs of the affected communities thus reducing excess mortality among the most vulnerable people.
  2. Enhanced Access to WASH services for vulnerable communities in Kismayo District (EAWS): The EAWS project improved water and sanitation services to 39,128 beneficiaries in schools and local communities within Kismayo District.
  3. Response to Flood Emergency in Somalia (REFLES): Funded by the ADRA International, the project’s aim was to distribute water and sanitation NFI (non-food items) kits to 10,240 flood displaced and internally displaced households in Somaliland.