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Livelihood

Somalia is classified as chronically food insecure and remains in a complex emergency. Lack of sustained humanitarian access and reduced operational capacity is a major factor affecting human survival. Pastoralism is the major economic mainstay of the communities living in South /Central Somalia but this is compromised by livestock losses due to droughts, pests and diseases..  Somalia is classified as chronically food insecure and remains in a complex emergency. Lack of
LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT
The main issues/problems that shall be dealt with in this regard include rampant corruption, limited civic education levels, policy gaps, poor public resource mismanagement as well as the absence of a functional government in Somalia. Other problems are weak, self-centered biased leadership; insufficient infrastructural investments; divisive clan based/ biased politics; disunity; availability of cheap arms; moral and cultural
good-governance
The public educational system in South/central Somalia, for all practical purposes, ceased to exist in 1991. Only 19% and 10% school-age children are enrolled in primary and secondary schools respectively. Over 40% of students drop out before reaching grade four. The majority of school teachers are either untrained and or un/ underpaid. There are insufficient and inadequate learning spaces and no
Education
SADO engages in both relief and structural development programs in Somalia and has thus far successfully implemented various programs in the areas of Good Governance, Education, Food Security, Economic Empowerment, Water, Sanitation Hygiene as well as delivery of Emergency Relief Aid. However, natural disasters especially recurrent droughts and floods in Somalia exacerbate the already fragile humanitarian situation eroding
Emergency Relief Program

Social-life and Agricultural Development Organization (SADO) is a local non-governmental, non-profit making organization. SADO was established the year of 1994 by group of intellectuals, after the withdrawal of UNOSOM, UN agencies and international NGOs from Somalia.

Our mission

To improve the living conditions of vulnerable (Agro) pastoralist and Urban communities in South/Central Somalia by facilitating relief and development programs in Agriculture, Education, Economic empowerment and Water

Our Vision

We envision a continually prosperous, well governed, peaceful and self reliant Somali society

Core Values

Respect, Commitment, Excellence, Integrity & Credibility and Accountability and Transparency. These values aim to ensure justice, equity, ambition and professionalism while encouraging communication and consultation. Specifically the core values include: Respect: We believe

Contact Us

Abdirisak M. Abdi Chairman, Board of Directors +254204442354 +254734985663

Abdullahi Abdi Anshur Executive Director +254204442354 +254734985663

Guhad M. Adan Program Co-ordinator +254204442354 +25472291445

Our Programmes

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
  • LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT
  • Education
Somalia is classified as chronically food insecure and remains in a complex emergency. Lack of sustained humanitarian access and reduced operational capacity is a major factor affecting human survival. Pastoralism is the major economic mainstay of the communities living in South /Central Somalia but this is compromised by livestock losses due to droughts, pests and diseases. For the agro-pastoralists and revering communities, crops production has been affected negatively and cyclically over the years as result of poor and erratic rains and flooding. There is also growing concerns over food security crisis due to sustained hyperinflation of food and nonfood prices. Read More
Somalia is classified as chronically food insecure and remains in a complex emergency. Lack of sustained humanitarian access and reduced operational capacity is a major factor affecting human survival. Pastoralism is the major economic mainstay of the communities living in South /Central Somalia but this is compromised by livestock losses due to droughts, pests and diseases. Read More
The public educational system in South/central Somalia, for all practical purposes, ceased to exist in 1991. Only 19% and 10% school-age children are enrolled in primary and secondary schools respectively. Over 40% of students drop out before reaching grade four. The majority of school teachers are either untrained and or un/ underpaid. There are insufficient and inadequate learning spaces and no standard syllabus; rural areas are worst affected. Read More
  • Organizational Development
  • good-governance
  • Emergency Relief Program
The internal organizational analysis undertaken during the strategic planning process pointed to a number of organizational areas that require further strengthening. These include financial sustainability, human resource management and leadership development as well as the planning, monitoring and evaluation systems development Read More
The main issues/problems that shall be dealt with in this regard include rampant corruption, limited civic education levels, policy gaps, poor public resource mismanagement as well as the absence of a functional government in Somalia. Other problems are weak, self-centered & biased leadership; insufficient infrastructural investments; divisive clan based/ biased politics; disunity; availability of cheap arms; moral and cultural decay. The absence of a functional central government, lack of legal institutions, external interferences; absence and or non enforcement of policy frameworks; competition for scarce resources due to extreme poverty and little care for of conflict resolutions makes the governance situation worse. This program will however mainly focus on leadership development and peace building. Read More
SADO engages in both relief and structural development programs in Somalia and has thus far successfully implemented various programs in the areas of Good Governance, Education, Food Security, Economic Empowerment, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene as well as delivery of Emergency Relief Aid. However, natural disasters especially recurrent droughts and floods in Somalia exacerbate the already fragile humanitarian situation eroding development gains realized. The weather is unpredictable and unreliable in most cases commonly leading to drought related natural disasters every 4-8 years. Annual rainfall averages the 500 to 1000millimeters range. There are two rainy seasons, the gu and dheer. The rainfall is often torrential in nature when it comes floods almost always follow every major drought. Read More

SADO engages in both relief and structural development programs in Somalia and has thus far successfully implemented various programs in the areas of Good Governance, Education, Food Security, Economic Empowerment, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene as well as delivery of Emergency Relief Aid. However, natural disasters especially recurrent droughts and floods in Somalia exacerbate the already fragile humanitarian situation eroding development gains realized.