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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.

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A Bauchi based Non Governmental Organization (NGO), Fahimta Women and Youth Development Initiative (FAWOYDI ) has spent

NGO Spends over N30m on Girl - Child Education, Women Empowerment
NGO Spends over N30m on Girl – Child Education, Women Empowerment

over N30million in promoting Girl child education and women empowerment, particularly aimed at improving the living condition of the rural poor in the state.
This was disclosed by the President of FAWOYDI, Hajiya Maryam Garba during the Girls Education Project (GEP3) inception meeting and inauguration of Project Advisory Committee(PAC) organised by her NGO in collaboration with Action Aid Nigeria held at Development Exchange Centre(DEC), Bauchi yesterday.
According to her, some of the projects executed by Fahimta were the establishment of grains processing centre, construction of blocks of classrooms and gender based toilets in five Local Governments of the state, establishment of women literacy classes, provision of grant seeds for women to establish small scale businesses, among others.
She said the projects were supported by Action Aid Nigeria, Japan embassy, Northern Education Initiative, UNICEF and TY Danjuma Foundation Abuja.
On Girl Education Project (GEP3), Hajiya Garba expressed their determination to ensure the enrolment of 1,629 girl child in various schools in Bauchi state.
Garba said they would also improve the learning outcome of 675 women through the project, adding that Girl Education Project was aimed at improving the education of girls and women in 27 communities in four Local Government Areas in the state.
According to her the project would be carried out in 18 primary schools and 9 JSS in Dass, Shira, Toro and Warji LGA in the state.

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A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination (NHSRC) and the Women’s Empowerment Group through advocacy campaign Hayat-Lifeline on Monday to improve women’s health indicators.red cross

Women’s Empowerment Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO)  Omar Aftab said that the population programme wing of the NHSRC will form a strategic alliance with the Hayat-Lifeline to look into various aspects of reproductive health and family planning issues including reproductive health and rights (RHR) to  achieve millennium development goals (MDGs) in these areas.

He said that the Hayat-Lifeline will also extend support to the NHSRC to ensure easy access to family planning and reproductive health services.

“It’s time we started taking reproductive health issues seriously as they are affecting women of this country and resulting in deaths,” he said while talking to The Express Tribune.

Aftab said that existing health and population agreements will be analysed and studied to identify loopholes and plans will be made accordingly to improve them.

NHSRC Secretary Imtiaz Inayat Elahi said that in the past, a number of MoUs were signed with national and international partners to improve women’s health status but were not implemented properly.

Elahi said that after the devolution of the ministry of health (MoH) under the 18th Amendment, the health sector suffered and faced a number of challenges. “After the 18th Amendment, the health sector at the federal level has been split into eight divisions,” he said. He said that in the post-devolution scenario, a number of programmes for population welfare fell within the domain of the provinces, creating the need for a coordination committee to liaise between the provinces and the NHSRC ministry.

He said that a majority of health programmes have come under the NHSRC, including the population welfare wing, which was earlier functioning under the Planning Commission.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 6th, 2013.

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