CTG Somalia has been staffing humanitarian and development projects since 2010 and continues to play a role in mobilising and coordinating support for its recovery and stabilisation. Part of CTG’s footprint in East Africa, our Somalia operations are built upon over 15 years of experience supporting humanitarian and development agencies.
From conducting third-party monitoring and research to supporting important stipend projects and government policy reform, our staff enable programmes in the most challenging regions of Somalia.
Around 537 staff operate in Somalia from CTG’s complement of nearly 4,000 humanitarian workers, of which we have 18,6% female representation at the project level. CTG staff enable life-saving aid, from monitoring essential humanitarian activities, and supporting internally displaced persons, to working on solutions to strengthen governance, and enabling the transportation of food aid.
Mogadishu, Kismayo, Dollow, Beletweyne, Baidoa, Burtinley, Galkacyo, Garowe, Hargeisa, Sanaag, Jowhar, Laasanod, Lower Shabelle, Guriceel, Xudur, Diinsoor, and Erigavo and Bossaso
CTG ON THE GROUND
Ensuring money goes back into the local economy and strengthening our commitment to Sustainable Development Goal 8, Decent Work and Economic Growth.
Committed To Good
of Staff are Women
We’re a step closer to our 2030 goal of 30% female representation.