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Orphan Centers

Orphan Centers

Amoud Foundation Provides annual assistance to many orphanages in different parts of the Somali territories, including the following locations:

  • Borama, Kaalmo
  • Borama Deaf school
  • Djibouti Orphans
  • Gabileh Orphans
  • Hargiesa Orphans
  • Burao Orphans
  • Bacaad Weyn Orphans
  • Buur Saalax Orphans
  • Galkaio Orphans
  • Dhabad Orphans
  • Dr. Hawa Abdi Day Care
  • Wajir Orphans
  • Al Bashiir School of Deaf and Blind

 

Kaalmo Orphanage Project

One of the first casualties of any war are the innocent children. And so it was no exception in  war torn Somalia. Children of all ages orphaned during the war found themselves on the streets of different cities to fend for themselves. Imagine being only 3 years old and forced to fend for yourself. A group of concerned Somali women started the Kaalmo Orphanage Center in Borama, Northwest Somalia (now Somaliland). With the help of private donors and U.N. agencies, these courageous women have done a lot so far: They built dormitories for the children and a kitchen. The center currently cares for over a 120 orphans.This orphanage is deserving of  every caring person's assistance. Just a few cents a day can feed, cloth and shelter an orphan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Borama Blind and Deaf School

Amoud Foundation provides ongoing assistance to the Borama Blind and Deaf school. (The first of its kind in the country)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Djibouti Orphanage Center

Amoud Foundation has recently added Djibouti orphanage to the list of supported Orphan centers. Following this link orphans you find the list of the 25 orphans with their bios, living areas and person in charge. Picture of each child will be updated soon. Orphans List

Gabiley Orphange Center

Amoud Foundation Provides assistance to the Gabiley Orpahanges Centers in Somaliland. Recent assistance to the orphanage included food and clothing that was delivered to the orphans.

Hargiesa Orphanage Center

Amoud Foundation Provides assistance to the Hargiesa Orpahanges Centers in Somaliland. Recent assistance to the orphanage included food and clothing that was delivered to the orphans

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Bacaad Weyn Orphanage Center

Amoud Foundation Provides assistance to Bacaad Weyn orphanage Center. The center cares and provides schooling to small children orphaned by the protracted civil war.

 

 

 

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Buur Saalax Orphanage Center


Galkaio Orphanage Center

Amoud Foundation Provides assistance to Galkaio/Bandirdley orphanage Center. The center cares and provides schooling to small children orphaned by the protracted civil war. Here below is you see, the rehabilitating of the center's buildings, where Amoud Foundation provided the funding.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Hawa Abdi Camp Day Care


 

Wajir Orphanges Center

 

 

 

Al Bashiir School for Deaf and Blind

This school which is located in Mogadishu, gives some of the country's most forgotten and unwanted an opportunity to improve theremselves with confidence and at the same times works to achieve their full potential. The students learn a variety of activites, such as sewing and wood-working, which is aimed at encouraging self-sufficiency. In order for these children to continue with these and many other beneficial activities, certain items such as school supplies, computers, raw materials for wood-work and sewing are needed.

Amoud Foundation  provides support and assitance for Al Bashir school of deaf and blind.

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Feb 27, 2014 @ 11:25 pm
Canadian Humanitarian, Author Wins the 2014 Awdal Achievement Award

Press Release- Dallas, February 22, 2014:Amanda Lindhout, Canadian humanitarian, author wins the Amoud Foundation Awdal Achievement Award for 2014. The award decision was announced at the Amoud Foundation Annual Dinner on Saturday, February 22, 2014, in Irving, Texas, USA.

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