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Welcome to Wisesomalia

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About WISE
Found on June 10th 2010, the initiative of forming this organization primarily came from women who live in the Diaspora but recently returned to the country. The girls who are the masterminds of this important innovation are new in the country but they found relentless support and encouragement from girls in the country particularly the young girls who have recently graduated from local universities
This organization has the aim to consolidate the uncultivated ideas of the Somali women and girls towards   of the Somali community and rebuilding the Somali civil-war devastated country. The organization also makes a chance to employ or play as volunteers for Somali local educated girls to demonstrate their talents and abilities to contribute to the well being of their people.
The organization in addition to its primary objective of serving the Somali community in general, also aims to work particularly to the women who are among the most vulnerable of the Somali community under the current situation. It will particularly address the basic services, human rights, protection and advocacy, women/girls empowerment including the economic empowerment, needs of the women, the violence against women and contributing toward the enhancement of women participation in the social spheres.
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VISION
 To see peaceful, prosperous and empowered women and girls communities in East Africa enjoy gender equality and equity where illiteracy and poverty has been eliminated
MISSION: To spearhead women empowerment, gender equality and equity for community development and consolidate women initiatives to create a solid foundation for the health, education and development of the women community through promoting excellence in their livelihoods and use of environmentally sound initiatives
CORE VALUES.
Integrity: “We uphold the virtues of transparency and honesty in all our business associations”
Gender Sensitivity: “We value equality and equity between women and men”
Commitment: “Our dedication to duty, inspired by our internal desire to deliver”
Professionalism: “We are guided by ethics and international best practices”
Teamwork: “In our pursuit of success, we recognize our mutual interdependence”.
Accountability: “We take responsibility for our own actions in full transparency”.
Effective Communication: “We seek to listen to and to be heard by all our stakeholders”.
.Leaders of the initiative
The initiative of forming this organization primarily came from women who live in the Diaspora but recently returned to the country. The girls who are the masterminds of this important innovation are new in the country but they found relentless support and encouragement from girls in the country particularly the young girls who have recently graduated from local universities This organization has the aim to consolidate the uncultivated ideas of the Somali girls towards empowerment of the Somali community and rebuilding the Somali civil-war devastated country. The organization also makes a chance to employ or play as volunteers for Somali local educated girls to demonstrate their talents and abilities to contribute to the well being of their people. The organization in addition to its primary objective of serving the Somali community in general, also aims to work particularly to the women who are among the most vulnerable of the Somali community under the current situation. It will particularly address the humanitarian needs of the women, the violence against women and enhancing women’s participation in social participation structures .