Social-life and Agricultural Development Organization (SADO) is a non-governmental non-profit organization established in 1994, with its headquarters in Mogadishu, Somalia with an operational experience and presence in the greater Horn of Africa. SADO pursues a rights based approach grounded on the belief that people are entitled to basic conditions of living with dignity and access to opportunity, as a basis of fulfilling their human potential.
SADO seeks to stimulate sustainable developmental change amongst vulnerable communities living in the Horn of Africa region by enabling them find solutions to their socioeconomic challenges, through knowledge transfer, influencing, brokering linkages and facilitating/ implementing integrated people centred humanitarian and development programs.
SADO has an impressive track record and experience in implementing community programs in Governance; Education; Livelihoods and Food Security; Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). Additionally, human rights, gender and environment have over time been addressed by SADO as crosscutting issues, targeting vulnerable and marginalized Agro pastoralists (individuals, families, groups and communities).
Vision: ‘A peaceful, just and prosperous society in the Horn of Africa’.
Mission: ‘To improve the living conditions of vulnerable communities in the Horn of Africa by facilitating relief and sustainable development programs’.