Iftin Foundation which is a community development organization is conducting an evidence based-advocacy research study related to disadvantaged children in Mogadishu IDPs who lack appropriate education opportunities at 16 IDP camps of 9 districts in Mogadishu, from 19th May – 24th June 2022.
The objective of this study is to find data on children in Mogadishu IDPs who reached the age of school and do not have education opportunities. Somali children need to have education rights and facilities, therefore data findings on disadvantaged children in Somalia will help with education advocacy campaign activities by education stakeholders and the education decision-making process at both federal and federal member state levels and international partners as well.
This study selected 16 IDP camps in 9 districts in Mogadishu. The selected districts are Hodan, Howlwadag, Waberi, Hamarjajab, Warta-nabadda, Wadajir, Kahda, Daynile, and Yaqshid as a sample size.
On 24th, May 2022 Iftin Foundation organized a strategic data collection workshop for study enumerators, who will collect data from the selected areas. This training is attended by 15 enumeration leaders who will guide numerators on data collection days. They learned ways of data collection particularly interacting discipline with IDP families as well as questionnaire management focusing study target.