Shelter

Shelter

In Somalia many of the societies including IDPs who have been forced to leave their dwellings and their origin towns, villages and rural villages often either live in make shift shelters made of thrown card-boards, rugs and sticks from trees also there are many who live in their towns and villages but due to climate change and lack of funds to rehabilitate their Arish owning families have been experiencing a lot of problems related to shelter Arish homes a popular among the poor HHs in many parts of Somalia make their own shelter homes made of sticks cemented with cow dung but since the bushes are being pushed away further and further due to urbanization and charcoal burning for trees these communities become unable to rehabilitate their Arishs

Juba Foundation started a programme to assist local community have their Arishs fully rehabilitated to stand for changing climate and give confidence to local communities

Juba Foundation also trained some of the community members so that they are able to maintain their Arishs (Cottages)