Somali Women and Child Care Association

Somali Women and Child Care Association

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Last update: May 21, 2024 Last update: May 21, 2024
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Legal residence:Somalia
Funding agencies:Other
Sectors:Advocacy, Civil Society & NGOs, Conflict, Culture, ... See more Advocacy, Civil Society & NGOs, Conflict, Culture, Decentralization & Local Development, Democratization, Disaster Reduction , Education, Environment & NRM, Food Security, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Inst. Devt. & Cap. building, Livestock (incl. animal/bird production & health), Macro-Econ. & Public Finance, Micro-finance, Migration, Pollution & Waste Management (incl. treatment), Poverty Reduction, Research, Risk Management (incl. insurance), Rural Development, SME & Private Sector, Social Development, Standards & Consumer Protection, Training, Urban Development, Water & Sanitation, Youth
Nr. of employees:11-50
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Status: Active

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Somali Women and Child Care Association (SWCCA) is a national, nonprofit humanitarian organization that was founded in April 2012 and registered by the Federal Government of Somalia the same year with its headquarters in Mogadishu with branch offices in Baidoa of South West State and Walawayn.

The organization was founded by a group of like-minded Somalia women who saw the suffering and the burden women and children were experiencing in Somalia as a result of the over three decades of instability occasioned the war, inter-clan conflicts and natural disasters. Somali women and child care association is mainly involved in empowering Somali women and girls, aiming for gender equality and the eradication of all forms of discrimination against women and children.

Through empowering and mobilizing women participation in decision making process, the contribution to the development processes, the promotion of woman’s political, economic and civic rights and the expansion by providing legal support through social improving psychological wellbeing among women and girls, and combating gender-based violence also enhancing Child protection and child education.

SWCCA has focused for since establishment at promoting the social, educational, economic and political development of Somali women, and spend greater efforts in raising woman’s awareness of their legal rights in order to promote their participation in the decision-making processes, protect their rights and to encourage development.

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