Hygiene and Sanitation

Poor sanitation and hygienic conditions is one of the main health problems in IDPs camps has led to sharp increase in acute watery diarrhea (AWD) cases and mortality. Most people defecate in open areas resulting in sanitation problems.

To address sanitation and hygienic problem at IDPs camps, IFED implemented the construction of pit latrines in IDP camps in Mogadishu. These projects funded by International Relief and Development Fund (IDRF). A total of 3150 IDPs people benefited from this project.

IFED stand for the helping and empowering of vulnerable communities without partiality or discrimination. Since its establishment, 2600 students who graduated from the secondary schools that Iftiin established in Mudug and Galgadud regions are now studying in different universities in Somalia and as well as overseas universities.