Our Work in Numbers
IN 2017, ADESO’S HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS REACHED NEARLY 551,600 PEOPLE IN SOMALIA.
- 83,125 people were empowered through unconditional cash transfers, allowing them to meet their basic needs
- 40,355 people acquired skills for life and a living wage from our Cash for Work schemes
- 36,702 people accessed training, tools and seeds to increase their land’s yield and feed their families
- 24,650 people gained access to clean drinking water, hygiene and sanitation through trainings and building of new facilities
- 170,750 people will benefit from Disaster Risk Reduction strategies to enable them to prevent and/or reduce risks
- 15,677 people received livelihood support grants to sustain them on their way to self-sufficiency
- 6735 people gained new skills to improve or diversify their livelihoods
- 480 people in Somalia were sensitized on peace building through trainings and dialogue meetings.
- 351,091 people were mobilized to rehabilitate their environment and benefited from tree planting, development of rangeland management plans and the building of gully control structures and rock dams to restore rangelands