- HDC provided 2,100 meters of polythene papers to displaced women for shelter improvement. 525 households benefited from the exercise; as each household received 4 meters
- Guidance and counselling to women and schoolgirls
- Awareness creation on female genital mutilation, through a series of twelve (12) workshops. HDC has created awareness and education on female genital mutilation with a resultant positive impact in South Central Somalia and Garissa Kenya.
- Awareness creation on reproductive health through workshops
- Collecting and disseminating information to the rural communities on matters related to their lifestyle and simple improvement. Identifying priority needs and their solutions, through Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA).
- Systematic campaigns against negative cultural behaviour, legal provision for marginalized women: - on inheritance, divorce, marital problems, violence, and other harmful practices.
- Advocacy programmes in Somalia, raising the consciousness level of the community on their rights – create enabling environment for the community to demand for their rights in service provision from service providers.
- Organizing lobby groups to carryout advocacy programs and issues e.g. Girl-child Education lobby group
- Carried out the civic education programme for three districts within North eastern province (Garissa, Wajir and Ijara) ans South Central Somalia during the phase one project.
- Training and disseminating of the children
- Provided 150 beehives for the women groups in South Central Somalia
Through Community Trainings some Three hundred and fourteen (314) people of the Rural community were trained on: Community Animal Health Workers (CAHW’s), Community Health Workers (CHW’s), Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA’s), Village Health Committee (VHC).
Most of our programmes are community based and are generated through Participatory Learning and Action, community consultation and workshops action plans.
Award and Recognitions
Habiba Hussein Ali who is the CEO|founder of Human Development Centre her work has been recognized globally whereby she was awarded in 2016|2017 young African leaders Initiative(YALI) Mandela Washington Fellowship.