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Siiqqee has become an official member of CHS Alliance on 13th of October 2017. CHS works to promote respect for the rights and dignity of people and communities vulnerable to risk and affected by disaster, conflict or poverty and enhance the effectiveness and impact of assistance by building a culture of quality and accountability. The alliance has more than two decades of experience in quality, accountability and people management. CHS Alliance forms one of the largest and most influential networks of organizations committed to improving humanitarian and development work through the application of standards.
Becoming a member of the CHS Alliance would benefit Siiqqee in many ways. Joining a community of organizations, putting the voices of affected populations at the heart of what they do will make Siiqqee part of a global movement calling for improvements in quality, accountability and people management. In addition to being part of this movement, Siiqqee has one the following benefits:
• Reputation benefits
• Free tools and resources:
• Support in applying the Core Humanitarian Standard
• Free and discounted capacity development courses
• Participation in our conferences
• Bespoke training and consultancy
• Access to member networks
• Access to our partner consultant network
• Access to member learning
• Opportunities for collaboration
• Access to CHS Alliance research
• Enrollment in our complaints mechanism
• Numerous opportunities to meet the team


Athletics Girls Scholarship and Women Saving group

It was one year a go that Siiqqee Women’s Development Association in collaboration with Girls Gotta Run Foundation launched “Athletic Girls Scholarship and Women Saving group” project in Bokoji the cradle of known athletes.  The objective of the project is to support girls from the destitute families who have interest in athletics while pursuing their education as an alternative career for them and for the country.

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SWDA Staff Held Educational Retreat

SWDA Board of Director and staff went for retreat to Awassa. The main focus of the retreat was discussing on the research findings of Womankind International. Different suggestions and opinions were rasised on the research findings from each staff members and this is believed to help the findings more legitimate. The participants also pinpointed some of the areas research could not cover.