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35 old SACIIDO AYUUB
MOHAMED lives with her family in BURFULLE Village in rural Jawhar District –Middle shabelle-somalia, where many families make a living by farming Maize ,rice, vegetables, or other crops. Day after day, SACIDO and her fellow small-farmers were working hard in their fields, but they were not producing enough food. How were they supposed to feed their
29 years old ABDI MAKTUB ABDULLAHI
a Farmer who benefited with fodder crops inputs in SHIIDLE BARI Village, Middle shabelle-somalia.
As interviewed by SSF partner CED staff, is one of the farmers in SHIDLE BARI Village –jowhar district. With one hector of land and couple of animals in his land, he is among the first people to realize the mportance of the project.
- His name is HUSSEIN AHMED NUR, Member of legal associations in BANADIR REGION, He graduated at Mogadishu University- department of law , worked temporarily as volunteer Banadir Regional Courts, Mr. Hussein is currently working with CED /EU JUSTICE project as paralegal.
40 Years Old, Qaali Mire Sahal Lives In Warshiekh District -Middle Shebelle- Somalia Is The Chairlady Of Warsheikh Women Association And Also Lead Member Of Non-State Actors In Warshiekh District. She Is One Of Direct Project Beneficiaries –GESI. This Is Her Story: “Now I Feel Different Because This Project Helped Me A Lot, And CED Provided Me An Opportunity To Participate In Project’s Activities Like: Campaigns, Platform Dialogues, Civic Engagement Trainings,
25 years oldFardowso Ali Dahey is one of project beneficiaries –GESI. She participated in the 9 days training program of stakeholders’ mobilization and education awareness programs on women inclusion in governance and political structures in Jowhar district –Middle Shebelle and represented civil society organizations. She appreciated the crucial role this project has played in the lives of women and shared her feelings to training participants:
Booley Ahmed , A Mother Of 7 Children (3 Daughters & 4 Sons), Who Themselves Are All Now Families, Was Born In Kurari Village, Afgoi In 1927. Since Then, She Said She Lived In Kurari Village And She Had Never Gone To Anywhere Further Than Afgoi Town 15 Km Away From Her Home Place For Shopping Purposes Only. Reciting About Her Young Hood, Booley Said:
Mohamed Abdulle Barre, 46 Years Old Is A Father Of 6 Children (4 Daughters And Two Sons). He Lives In Jaran Village 9 Km East Of Afgoi District, L/Shabelle. The Village Is An Agro-Pastoral Area. Most Of The Villagers Are Small Rain Fed Farmers. Although River Shabelle Is Not Far Away From The Village, There Is No Agricultural Irrigation Infrastructure In Place Like The Other Surrounding Villages.
Rahma Ali Hassan Aged 32 Years Old Is A Mother Of Three. She Fled The Fighting In The Somali Capital, Mogadishu In 2009 And Is Now Living In Mara Adde Village, Near Afgoi Town Around 40 Km West Of Mogadishu Where A Borehole Was Drilled And Constructed By CED And Funded By Oxfam Novib. She First Escaped Their Home In Mogadishu In Late August 2009 When The Fighting Between Opposition Groups And TFG Forces Backed By AMISOM Forces Intensified In The City.
Ahmed Mohamud Aw Timbi 57 Years Old Is A Father Of 11 Children (6 Daughters And 5 Sons). Ahmed Lives At Baarey Village, Jowhar District, Middle Shabelle Region. Mr. Ahmed Is One Of The Community Elders Of Baarey Village Whose Children Are Benefiting From The Constructed School At Baarey Village By Oxfam Novib/CED In 2011. So, Ahmed Thanking To CED And Its Donor, Oxfam Novib For Their Humanitarian Assistance On Education For Their Children Had To Say This:
Habibo Ahmed Omar is a 26 years old farmer and she is the mother of 2 daughters and 3 sons. Her family consists of 7 members including herself & her husband. She was wearing greenish veil and women’s dress with slippers on her foot and she was carrying her youngest son on her back when she was taking the seeds offered by CED/Oxfam Novib. Habibo lives in Jeerow village, Qoryoley district, L/Shabelle.