AAMIN’s 2010-2015 IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS

Year

 

Project Implemented

 

Location

 

Partner/Donor

 

Key Results

 

 

Cluster
On-Going

1 June – 30 July, 2015

(US$ 24,154)

Enhance the livelihood condition of 130 small scale entrepreneurs: through management skills and start up kits Mogadishu/Banadir Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) 130 people were enhanced their skills to improve their livelihood mechanisms. Food security and Livelihood Cluster
Completed

(May – Oct 2014)

(US$ 73,390)

Youth for Change Training, Social rehabilitation and integration: Social rehabilitation and skills developing training for 65 youth at risk. Banaadir Region United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) 65 youth at risk enrolled at Karaan Peace Centre and socially rehabilitated. Food Security / Livelihood

Protection

Completed

(April- September 2014)

(US$ 57,185)

Youth Skills Training, Sustainable Job Opportunity and Placement: Skills developing training for 30 people in one year Banadir region – Mogadishu United State for African Development Foundation (USADF) 30 provided intensive skills trainings (level 1) (55% Male and 45% female) youth in the target area between the ages of 18-35. Food Security / Livelihood
Completed

15 Sept – 10 Nov, 2013

(US$ 18,850)

Enhance the livelihood condition of 250 small scale entrepreneurs: through management skills and start up kits Mogadishu/Banadir Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) 250 people were enhanced their skills to improve their livelihood mechanisms . Food Security / Livelihood
On-Going

Sept 2013 – December 2015,

(US$ 120,000)

Provision of Ambulance Service: for Health Facilities in IDP camps in Mogadishu Mogadishu/Banadir International Refugee Committee (IRC) Provision of free ambulance service for IDPs living in the settlements who can’t afford to walk to the health facilities/hospitals. Health
Completed

(March – October 2013)

(US$ 192,782)

Youth Skills Training, Sustainable Job Opportunity and Placement: Skills developing training for 160 people in one year Banadir region – Mogadishu United State for African Development Foundation (USADF) 160 provided intensive skills trainings (level 1) (55% Male and 45% female) youth in the target area between the ages of 18-35. Job placement, internship and job opportunities will be provided to at least 80% by the end of the project. Food Security / Livelihood
Completed

(Nov – Dec 2012)

(US$ 90,409.94)

Rehabilitation of Ugaas Nuur Public Primary School in Mataban through cash for work: School rehabilitation for IDP and host communities’ children. Mataban District – Hiran Region, Central Somalia United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) 251 people enrolled job opportunities for 3 months and vital education infrastructure rehabilitated. 200 students access education with standardized facilities, Food Security / Livelihood
Completed

Dec 2013

(US$ 85,000)

Provision of Ambulance Service for IDP camps in Mogadishu: Banadir Region – Mogadishu American Refugee Committee (ARC) Provided free ambulance service for IDPs who can’t afford to walk to the health facilities/hospitals. Health
Completed

(July – Dec 2012)

(US$ 108,000)

 

Emergency Mobile Ambulance Service in Banadir and Lower Shebelle regions in South Somalia: Provision of free ambulance service for six months in Mogadishu IDPs and Host communities. Banadir Region – Mogadishu United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (CHF-UNOCHA) Provided free ambulance service 24/7 with qualified paramedics. Health
Completed

(Dec, 2011- Feb 2012)

(US$ 43,000)

Emergency Outreach Mobile Teams and Mobile Ambulance Service to Drought –affected IDP settlements in Mogadishu, Af-goi and KM-50 in Banadir and Lower Shebelle Regions:

 

 

Banadir Region – Mogadishu WHO Mobile outreach teams in strategic locations, 18,000 people provided access to primary health care and Free mobile ambulance service provided IDPs and war-affected people in Mogadishu. Health
Completed

(July –Oct 2010)

(US$ 107,071)

Provision of Emergency Medical supplies for conflict –affected people in Mogadishu:

Provision of free ambulance service, paramedics and auxiliary nurses trained and consultation were providing to IDPs.

Mogadishu Humanitarian Relief Fund (HRF – UNOCHA) 652 people provided free ambulance service, 68 health workers (paramedics and auxiliary nurses trained. Health