Peace & Human Rights

Generally, the case in conflict-affected communities, much of the impact of the Somali conflict is borne by children, women and youth.  SARO has actively promoted women’s participation in peace building initiatives with the aim of enabling women to articulate and advocate for their socio-economic and political interests.
SARO supports women’s organizations and encourages the involvement of women in all levels of peace building at the village, district, regional and national levels and promotes peace and human rights through the following activities:

  • Supporting community mechanisms for averting and resolving conflicts through dialogue.
  • Building the capacity of women’s organizations to identify mediators and strategize on effective conflict prevention as well as finding sustainable resolutions.
  • Conducting awareness campaigns on peace, democracy and good governance.

Since of its inception, SARO have held seminars for the locals in Kismayo, Dhobley and Afmadow Districts on peace building and co-existence of the community through using dialogue as a method of solving simmering tribal problems.

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