Re Establishment of Child Welfare Committees in Banadir Region
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This report seeks to explain the establishment and strengthening of existing/new community based structure in Banadir region supported by NORAD project which is an integrated thematic areas for education, CP/CRG and DRR in target locations including Karan, Shibis, Wabari, HamarJabjab, Wadajir,Hawlwdagand Bondhere. These community structures have the responsibilities of Provision, Identification and Referral of Child Protection Cases so that the children affected violence can access timely and quality response to child protection concerns appropriate to the best interest of the child that meet the minimum standards for child protection in humanitarian response. The aim of the meetingwas to re-establish and strengthening the capacity of the CWC toward the welfare of the Somali Children in any protection problems that exist in their location Each of the community-based, child welfare committee established consisted of 7 districts with 10 members each district, bringing the total membership to 70 members (30 Female and 40 Male). These structures have clear TOR, regular monthly meetings and linkages with other stakeholders including local government officials. The meeting was facilitated by CP/CRG Project Officer Mr. Abdi Ali supported by CP/CRG Manager; Mr. Mustaf Mohamed targeting ten (10) community structures (CWCs) from seven district.

This report seeks to explain the establishment and strengthening of existing/new community based structure in Banadir region supported by NORAD project which is an integrated thematic areas for education, CP/CRG and DRR in target locations including Karan, Shibis, Wabari, HamarJabjab, Wadajir,Hawlwdagand Bondhere. These community structures have the responsibilities of Provision, Identification and Referral of Child Protection Cases so that the children affected violence can access timely and quality response to child protection concerns appropriate to the best interest of the child that meet the minimum standards for child protection in humanitarian response.

The aim of the meetingwas to re-establish and strengthening the capacity of the CWC toward the welfare of the Somali Children in any protection problems that exist in their location Each of the community-based, child welfare committee established consisted of 7 districts with 10 members each district, bringing the total membership to 70 members (30 Female and 40 Male). These structures have clear TOR, regular monthly meetings and linkages with other stakeholders including local government officials. The meeting was facilitated by CP/CRG Project Officer Mr. Abdi Ali supported by CP/CRG Manager; Mr. Mustaf Mohamed targeting ten (10) community structures (CWCs) from seven district.

Objectives Activity

Ø To re-establish the CWC’s and carryout to handle child protection and child rights role as well as identification of child protection in emergency needs in their respective camps

ØTo enable the CWCs to have the capacity in offering the required assistance and collect indepthinformation to connect survivors as soon as possible to social support networks and community helping resources through Supportive adaptive coping, acknowledge strengths, and empower survivors to take an active role in their recovery.

Ø To promote the role of participants on the best mechanism and procedures used on how to prevent, respond and report child protection cases

Action points agreed during the meeting

The participants agreed on the following points for their future work:

ØTo strengthen team work to collectively accomplish the a signed duties and responsibilities

Ø To create a link between the community and the organizations and identify children with protection concerns.

Ø Highlighting and addressing issues affecting children so as to tackle problems that may negatively affect the lives of many children

Ø In some conditionsCommunity Based Child Welfare Committees can ask for technical advice resource persons from organization on cross-cutting issues affecting children.

Ø TheCommunity Based Child Welfare Committees to work for the welfare and wellbeing of the children in the school target communities.

ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION
Somali peace line is committed to Promoting mechanisms for sustainable peace and enjoyment of rights by all
ORGANIZATIONAL VISION
A stable Somalia in which all its citizens exercise their rights and resolve their conflicts peacefully
ORGANIZATIONAL GOAL
Contributed community empowerment in peacebuilding and protection of human rights in collaboration with key stakeholders.
VALUES AND PRINCIPLES:
1. Somali Peace Line will maintain Political and Social Non-partisanship
2. SPL will be transparent and accountable in all its dealings
3. In all matters concerning a child, SPL promotes the best interest of the child
4. SPL will invest in the capacity of Somalis to solve their own problems
5. Reduction and/or elimination of poverty and illiteracy is a legitimate component of SPL approaches for sustainable in Somalia
6. Gender Equity features and is reflected in all SPL work

ORGANIZATIONAL OBJECTIVES
1. To contribute to the building of sustainable peace and stability in Somalia

2. To build the capacities of the community groups to enable them solve their internal problems, through research, conflict resolution, consultation meetings and discussions with specific issues and public concerns.
Organizational Philosophy
SPL is committed to persuade the Somali society to be amenable to understand themselves and their nature, their potentials and limitations, their place in the universe and relationships with each other and with whole mankind.
Organizational Structure
The General Assembly is the highest body of SPL. It has a governing body, which comprises a chairman, programme manager, Admin and finance manager and project managers that mobilizes the required resources and ensures effective management of the organization.
 
 
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