THE HADMO’S PRIMARY FOCUS IS: –
- AGRICULTURE AND LIVELIHOODS PROGRAM
Protecting and improving household food security, including asset base, through increasing
access and availability to food and means of production.
- FORMAL EDUCATION
Increasing enrolment and retention of school going population (aged between 5 -18 years)
with emphasis on gender equity and inclusiveness; while address socio – cultural barriers that
hinder the enrolment of girls and children with special needs through community mobilization
and sensitization, and by combating violence in the school place.
Facilitating their integration
HIV prevention education for teachers, youth and children into education;
Improving teacher competence through in-service training, mentoring and provision of basic
Providing psychosocial training to teachers in IDP sites and other emergency affected areas
and psychosocial outreach to children through child-friendly spaces and integrating life-skills
based approaches to HIV.
Facilitating the availability of adequate and relevant basic education materials, kits and
- PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROGRAM
Improving availability of and access to health care services for IDPs and host communities,
with a special focus on vulnerable groups such as women and children, through mobile clinics
and strengthening of existing services, as well as through the promotion of health-seeking
Improving quality of health care and treatment, including HIV/AIDS, with special focus on
health infrastructure (physical equipment and supplies, including drugs for HIV/AIDS
treatment, post exposure prophylaxis [PEP] kits, etc.) and human resource capacity.
Improving health information management system to ensure availability of reliable data on
the health status of the population, including on HIV/AIDS.
Ensuring availability of health education material on prevention of targeted diseases
(malaria, TB, AWD, HIV/AIDS).
The overall objectives are to lower the incidence of malnutrition, avert excess mortality due
to malnutrition and promote better nutritional status among populations in the affected areas.
Initiating and facilitate intensive SFPs, including community-based nutrition actions, to the
access of nutritionally vulnerable populations to emergency nutrition response.
Promoting appropriate infant and young child feeding practices.
5.PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY PROGRAM
Effective advocacy with relevant stakeholders and parties to conflict to promote adherence
to IHL and human rights law, with emphasis on humanitarian concerns.
Institutional capacity building of Government and civil society entities at all levels for
effective prevention of and response to protection challenges, with a particular focus on the
Human-rights based approaches are mainstreamed in the program design and delivery of
all SHADO programs.
Community capacity enhanced for protection of the most vulnerable;
Facilitating the availability of conducive, environment for durable solutions for protracted
- WATER, SANITATION AND PROMOTION OF HYGIENE (WASH) PROGRAM
Increasing access to sustainable water and sanitation services to reach the most vulnerable
targeted areas and population.
Increasing awareness among target population and support in connection with safe
environment and hygiene issues to reach them.
Empowering local community institutions and WASH authorities in target areas in
managements of water and sanitation facilities.
- YOUTH CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Program Main Objectives
Stimulating community development and transformation, by offering the youth in the target
area access to vital information and other basic educational activities that will raise their
awareness about urgent development issues; and strengthen their participation and decisionmaking within the society on matters affecting their own lives.