Aadamiga Academy has been operating since December 1st, 2017. Since beginning with a student body of 50, we have grown to. Approximately half of our students are girls, and all students are between 6-14 years old. These children come from internally displaced families, many of whom arrived to Ceelesha Biayaha fleeing famine or violence. Our students come from families that are in extreme poverty, which is among the reasons why Aadamiga provides daily nutritious brunch.
To end the cycle of ignorance and poverty of Somalia, by educating and investing in children.
To build a Water Well and a school at the local village level in Somalia.
Educating and Fostering hope for children.
Provide direct economic development assistance to needy Somali families. Provide internally displaced people (IDPs) with tools to become self-sufficient and self-reliant.
Aadamiga’s objective is to assist families to become self-sufficient and in the process regain their dignity and economic freedom.Read Full Article
Aadamiga has opened a school between Afgoye and Mogadishu on December 1, 2016. The area is called Ceelasha Biyaha and the school is named after the area and is called the Aadamiga Ceelasha Biyaha School. Funding for the school was possible with assistance from students from Purdue University and the College of William and Mary.Read Full Article
Aadamiga was established in Mogadishu Somalia in 1987. Aadamiga was reestablished in Virginia, USA in 2002 because of the civil war in Somalia.
Aadamiga aims to:
1.To end the cycle of ignorance and poverty in Somalia, by educating and investing in children.
2.To build a Water Well and a school in every village in Somalia.
3. To assist women who already have a small business and are selling vegetables, salt, sugar,beans, clothes, goats etc. at the village market to loan them money to expand their business.Read Full Article