Jalalaqsi Hospital is the only health centre in the district, which was built by Government of Somali. During the civil war the hospital were looted and destroyed which left for the communities nowhere to seek health care service. SOADO has taken another step to
Soado medical team recognized the need of mobile clinic to help the IDPs in and around Abdiazis and set up a mobile team to visits IDP camps in, since most IDPs are drought displaced people from rural area in southern Somalia. And have significant
SOADO staff is distributing supplementary food staff to the malnourished children, lactating and pregnant women in Jalalaqsi and Buloburto. The project aimed is to prevent the mortality due nutrient deficiency amongst the children and women, who are affected by drought.
The increase of cost of fuel for irrigation in Somalia had greatly impaired the production of food along the riverine areas. SOADO started to research alternative energy for irrigation and it is piloting the jatropha as biodiesel in Afoogye district in Lower Shebelle and
The founding group felt that, if they bring their efforts, resource and capacity together, they will able to access grass root communities and set up an environment where humanitarian organization can help the desperate local communities and alleviate the immense suffering prevailing in Somalia. The newly established SOADO NGO facilitatively participated in supporting the local […]
SOADO was founded in 2000 by a group of Somali intellectuals with diverse professional backgrounds as a non-governmental, not for profit, non-political and non-religious community based organization (NGO).
After the Somali state collapsed in 1991, the infrastructure of the state had disintegrated and the country plunged in civil war, anarchy and divided the country into fiefdoms controlled by warlords and inflicted suffering many vulnerable people, including women and children. At least 300,000 people lost their live due to manmade starvation period of 1992 in southern Somalia and dozens of others have lost their live and livelihood in conflict in south central of Somalia.