We urgently need your help in Southwest States Somalia to save lives.
The drought in Somalia has been classified as the most severe on record. There have been multiple warnings of a famine in the southwest state, but the available resources have not matched the urgent need on the ground to prevent this disaster. Our food crisis response programs are well established and can provide immediate help, but we need more resources.
For over 10 years we have been responding to the needs of vulnerable populations in Somalia
Rural Education and Agriculture Development Organization (READO) is a leading non governmental organization in Somalia /Somaliland, which implements emergency aid intervention and development programs. Since 2008, we have been responding to the multiple shocks facing Somalia, through the implementation of emergency response and resilience building programs, targeting the destitute agro-pastoral, riverine and IDP communities in Somalia. Through funding from various international partners we have been able to assist and build the capacity of the local community.
READO was founded in 2008 to implement emergency aid interventions and development programs for the people in the southwest state of Somalia where we have been responding to multiple shocks facing the region. Through implementation of emergency response and resilience building programs, we have reaching destitute agro-pastoral, riverine and IDP communities in Somalia.
We are currently part for the Food Security Cluster (FSC) Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) which is the primary advisory body for the FSC steering committee. READO is the Regional focal point for the FSC and Education cluster in Bay/Bakool region of Southwest Somalia.