HIRDA Newsletter - April  2015

A few highlights of HIRDA's latest activities and projects in Somalia and  in the Netherlands

  • HIRDA team Field visit

  • Food Security for Fish Production  

  • Somali Investment Forum: Nairobi Kenya

  • Introduction of Story of Change in Somalia  

  • Celebration of International Women's Day 

  • Workshop for Play Out Project  

HIRDA team Field visit

 In Berbera security is not an issue, however, it needs more development, “Said Fatumo Farah

HIRDA team has witnessed the impact of the projects in Somaliland and its effect, which inspired and motivated them to double their effort more and reach out to a larger community.....Read more>

Food Security for Fish Production  

This project will engage youth and women in the fishing industry. It encourages sustainable entrepreneurial and quality improvements for fresh and processed fish for local consumption...Read more>

Somali Investment Forum: Nairobi Kenya
Somali Investment Forum took place in Nairobi, organized by the World Bank Group, US embassy and Shuraako.The main purpose was to bring together Somali (diaspora) investors and businesses, aiming to return.....Read more> 

Introduction of Story of Change in Somalia  

This method of involves people sharing their stories about how they experience a certain change in their life and subsequently participating in joint reflections about what is learned from the stories and the contribution of........Read More>

Celebration of International Women's Day 
HIRDA and its partners organized international women’s  day celebrations in Netherlands and in Somalia...Read More>


Workshop for Play Out Project  
The youth of Play Out received a workshop on February 24 where job interview skills and resume-building were the main focus. After the workshop the Youth discussed the issue of radicalization in the Netherlands....Read More>

And there is more

* 'Going Dutch Documentary shows how HIRDA's works reaching towards millennium goal?

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Himilo Relief and Development Association (HIRDA) is a
not-for-profit organisation founded by the Somali Diaspora
in the Netherlands. We work to improve gender equality,
health and access to education in Somalia.