Building resilience is a priority in Somalia. 2017’s drought had a massive negative impact on the country; while rainfall has improved in 2018, flash floods and strong winds have caused additional shocks
Tuulo Samokaab is small village situated 35km west of Lasanod. It is a home for approximately 400 households. The livelihood source of this community is depending on the livestock; particularly camels and shoats.
Geedisooy is a village located 10km west of Qansahdhere town. It is mainly inhabited by agro-pastoral people who mainly grow vegetables and rare animals. The village is the home of approximately 150-250 Households.
Mokuboow is a village located 9km east of Qansahdhere town. It is mainly inhabited by agro-pastoral people who mainly grow vegetables and rare animals. The village is the home of approximately 300-500 Households.
Horgoyte is a small village located 8km east of Qansahdhere town. It is mainly inhabited by agro-pastoral people who mainly grow vegetables and rare animals. The village is the home of approximately 100-200 Households.
We envision a world where communities take the lead in creating their own future and become
more resilient. Bulsho Kaab is one of the first Somali based crowdfunding platform for
communities and initiatives across the Somali regions. Through crowdfunding initiatives, communities will be able to channel their collective efforts to realize common projects that matter to Somalis.
For too long, decisions on what gets to be funded has been taken by everyone except the communities most affected by those decisions. The platform has been built on an initiative of SomRep – Somali Resilience Program a consortium of 7 international non-governmental organizations working in all Somali regions and more than 100 countries throughout the world. The platform has been made possible with funding from the European Union and other donors.
This crowdfunding website was created and maintained with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of SomRep and Shaqodoon Organization and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.