Gargaar Relief Development Organization (GREDO)

Gargaar Relief Development Organization (GREDO) is a local non-profit, non governmental humanitarian and development organization with its Headquarters in Baidoa and have sub-oces across south central Somalia initiated in December 1992 by a group of Somali intellectuals and well wishers responding to a need. GREDO focuses on aspects of emergency, humanitarian responses and development/resilience programmes.

What We Do

GREDOs programmatic themes includes education, Health, WASH, livelihoods, Environmental management and governance with a focus on human rights, access to justice, women empowerment and protection of
the vulnerable communities anv individuals especially IDPs, refugees and
returnees.

Our Reach for 2021

FOOD
142650
Food program
EDUCATION
7233
Education Program
WATER
181725
Water Program
HEALTH
414140
Health Program
NUTRITION
73548
Nutrition Program
PROTECTION
57350
Protection Program
Together we can protect the vulnerable communities

GREDO PROGRAMMES

GREDO provides basic primary health care including reproductive, community and communicable health services. With Health Education Sessions,
GREDO believes and works in the provision of clean drinking water which is a basic “human rights” and the most elements in life.
GREDO works in rebuilding the livelihoods of the local community who are on recurrent seasons being affected by droughts and conflicts
GREDO provide initiative opportunities to the children aged 4-5 years, rehabilitate schools and basic primary education for children aged 6-12 years.
GREDO provides systematic treatment of acutely malnourished children and pregnant and lactating women by having access to and utilizing quality services
GREDO main objective is to streamlines peace building and reconciliation on all programmatic interventions
Together we make the World Better

Active Programs

Together, we empower the most vulnerable children to overcome poverty and experience fullness of life.

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