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Helping young people and adults develop the skills they need to lead more productive, peaceful, and self-sufficient lives is a core part of CODHNET’s work. We collaborate with key people from local communities to co-create training programs that meet the specific skill requirements of each community.

Our training programs have an important, practical role to play in our humanitarian and development work.

CODHNET involves the local community in peacebuilding, conflict mitigation, early warning responses, peace forums, reconciliation, intra and inter community dialogue, healing and justice. The main aim is promote the knowledge skills and attitudes that will help people either to prevent the occurrence of conflict, resolve conflicts peacefully, or create social conditions conducive to reduce pressures generated by resource-based  and Political and inter clan based conflicts in Somalia.

Water resources are common reasons behind most of the conflicts and wars among human beings. The old wars among the pastoral tribes were over water. As studies have shown that conflicts over water between nations may occur in the near future. Somalia is suffering from a severe crisis in the water, where the majority of people in the villages and cities do not have access to water. and Somalia is among the African countries most affected by the water in spite of the sing in the stocks of water.

Women in Somalia are increasingly becoming vulnerable in all aspects of life in the human contest. Life in Lower Shabelle is becoming of inferior quality by the day for women and children (Girls and Boys) and the situation is treating them too unsympathetically.

Endless and aimless fights in Mogadishu have caused massive exodus of innocent people mainly women and children to the outskirts of Mogadishu seeking for a more secure environment. These people mostly end up in IDP camps. The majority of the fleeing women and children tend to head to Afgoi, , Jowhar, Belet weyne,Puntland and Kismayo where they face more harsh lives and are exposed to a number of violations from the host communities as well as militias and gunmen.

Nearly 70 % of Somalia’s population depend on agricultural and pastoralist livelihoods. Livestock accounts for around 40% of GDP and more than 50% of export earnings for Somalia. That means nearly 8 million Somalis are dependent on livestock production to survive. Livestock production and animal husbandry requires reliable supplies of water and pasture land. However, farmers and pastoralists in Somalia are becoming increasingly sensitive to the intense droughts, residual flooding, and loss of grazing land caused by climate change.

The educational system of Somalia was completely destroyed after the collapse of the Somali central government in 1991, African Development Organization (CODHNET) believes that promoting education is one of the most important means to overcome and fight ignorance and poverty, with this in mind, CODHNET Organization continues to renovate old and abandoned schools, build new schools and operate and manage schools, cultural centers and institutions. Because of our work, tens of thousands of children are able to attend these schools in various regions of Somalia.

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Community Development & Humanitarian Network
P.O. Box 6335 - 00610 Nairobi
MOB 1: +254 728 848 494
MOB 2: +252 615 581 669
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The programme encompasses emergency response operations as well as and early recovery and development approaches. CoDHNet programme is implemented and monitored through presence of our staff based inside Somalia

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