CTG has been staffing humanitarian and development projects in Somalia since 2010 and continues to play a role in mobilising and co-ordinating 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 500 staff operate in Somalia from CTG’s complement of nearly 4,000 humanitarian workers, of which we have 22% 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.

 

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OUR PRESENCE

TOTAL STAFF

445

% WOMEN

22%

LOCAL STAFF

76%

AREAS

Mogadishu, Kismayo, Dollow, Beletweyne, Baidoa, Burtinley, Galkacyo, Garowe, Hargeisa, Sanaag, Jowhar, Laasanod, Lower Shabelle, Guriceel, Xudur, Diinsoor, and Erigavo and Bossaso

Somalia faces particular challenges such as ongoing armed conflict and insecurity, clan violence, and climate-related shocks. Being on the ground with local networks built up over 10 years means we’re able to understand the landscape and shifting needs, ensuring continuous delivery of service, duty of care, and expert human resources.

Our grassroots networks and presence on the ground, through our Management Office based in Mogadishu, give staff the freedom of movement to operate in all federal member states and all regions of the country, assisting our clients in the successful delivery of programmes in often hard-to-reach locations.

Further examples of our operations in Somalia include conducting third party monitoring of food security programmes, monitoring aspects such as food supply storage, beneficiary reach, operational management of food distribution, as well as compliance with human rights and client SOPs. In addition to CTG-led ongoing data collection and submission, we continue to provide advice on operational challenges, assessments on resources for effective implementation, and overall data which advises programmatic decisions.

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