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HIV and SBCC Awareness Session Conducted

HIV and SBCC Awareness Session Conducted

Puntland Y-PEER Network conducted HIV Awareness session and Social and Behavior Change Communication using through theatre-based performance for students of Imamu Nawawi Secondary School. PYPN trained 7 members from Imamu Nawawi Students council and Maslaho Drama team on HIV awareness ...

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Scale up School Health Program

Scale up School Health Program

Puntland Y-Peer organized School Health Training Workshop for fifty secondary school students from different schools in Garowe. This event was designed to enhance the health knowledge of youth in high schools and to eradicate the health myths they believed. The ...

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Emergency Response to reach drought Stricken Households in Puntland

Emergency Response to reach drought Stricken Households in Puntland

Locations: Karkar, Nugal, Sool and Ayn regions Number of Villages targeted:  15 villages Intervention Period:   15th April -15th August 2017 Situational Overview In Puntland, a severe drought has been directly affecting approximately 150,000 people and has displaced an additional 12,000 ...

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Economic Empowerment of Youth Project Report

Economic Empowerment of Youth Project Report

The Economic Empowerment of Youth component is part of UNDP’s Poverty Reduction and Environmental Protection (PREP) programme, which Puntland Y-PEER carried out at piracy prone areas in Puntland particularly Alula/Habo and Bargal districts. This project was aimed to train with ...

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Kalabyr and Dangorayo Communal Barkad Rehabilitation Project

Kalabyr and Dangorayo Communal Barkad Rehabilitation Project

This project was designed through participatory of community beneficiaries, local authority and PYPN on 16 and 17 June with Dangorayo and Kalabayr respectively. It is multidisciplinary project which was aiming to improve overall quality of life of the targeted villages. ...

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