Najah Relief and Development Organization

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+252 61 535 3858
+252 61 542 7470


Maka Al-Mukarama Road, Tre-Piano, Hodon District, Mogadishu – Somalia.

Working Hours

09.00 AM - 05.00 PM

Water Sanitation and Hygiene


Water Sanitation and Hygiene

In our relentless pursuit of empowering vulnerable communities and fostering positive change in Somalia, Najah Relief and Development Organization (NRDO) places a strong emphasis on the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) sector. We understand that access to clean water, proper sanitation facilities, and hygiene education are essential components of human dignity, health, and community well-being.

Access to Clean Water

Our foremost priority in the WASH sector is to ensure that individuals and communities have reliable access to safe and clean drinking water. We recognize that clean water is not only a basic human right but also a critical determinant of overall health and life quality. NRDO invests in the construction, rehabilitation, and maintenance of water wells, boreholes, and water supply systems to provide communities with sustainable sources of clean water.

Sanitation Facilities

Proper sanitation facilities are indispensable for maintaining hygiene and preventing the spread of diseases. We work to improve sanitation infrastructure by constructing and renovating latrines and waste disposal systems in underserved areas. Our goal is to create safe and hygienic environments that protect the dignity and well-being of individuals and communities.

Hygiene Education

Education is the cornerstone of behavioral change, and in the WASH sector, we are committed to raising awareness and promoting hygiene practices. We conduct hygiene education campaigns and workshops to empower individuals with knowledge about proper handwashing, sanitation, and disease prevention. We aim to create a culture of hygiene consciousness within communities, leading to healthier and more resilient populations.

Inclusivity and Accessibility

We place a strong emphasis on inclusivity and accessibility in our WASH initiatives. We ensure that our programs reach vulnerable and marginalized populations, including internally displaced persons (IDPs) and those living in hard-to-reach areas. Our approach is community-driven, involving local stakeholders and community leaders to ensure that solutions are culturally appropriate and sustainable.