Muqdisho Hope Center

Welcome to

MUQDISHO HOPE CENTER                             
Somalia was created in 1960 from former British protectorate and an Italian colony with Muqdisho as its capital. The country collapsed into anarchy following the overthrow of the military regime of president Siad Barre in 1991. However, the two relatively peaceful northern regions of Somaliland and Puntland effectively broke away leaving the capital Muqdisho with the turmoil of a prolonged war.

This prolonged war took its toll on the weak and vulnerable members of the community, especially, women and children. A large member of these children are little girls who are perceived in our society as a great burden. The quality of life of these girls is most deplorable.
They wander around and live in unsuitable shelters with vast majority of orphaned girls getting raped and abused.
Against this background, the promoters decided to locate the Hope Center in Muqdisho to forestall such abuse.

Our Mission

To protect nurture and provide a loving and caring home for orphaned and vulnerable girls by educating and training them in lifelong and marketable skills to become proud members of the community.

Project Objectives

  1. To establish a center dedicated to orphans and vulnerable girls’ wellbeing irrespective of their tribe or religion.
  2. To provide shelter, nutritious meals clothing and other basic needs.
  3. To establish educational and computer facilities for primary academic education.
  4. To encourage and sponsor them to pursue secondary and higher education.
  5. To encourage and teach community value to reawarken their natural nurturing and healing female energies.
  6. To provide play grounds, recreational and sporting facilities for promotion of physical and psychological health.
  7. To guide and teach tolerance and understanding of ideological differences.