Salaam Development Center (SDC) is an independent, nonprofit and nongovernment organization provides project management services and research & development solutions, in the thematic focus area of livelihoods and climate changes, social development, protection and good governance based in Garowe-Puntland- Somalia.
SDC formed by multi-disciplinary Somali Experts whose objective is about providing insightful and objective analysis on a broad range of social issues, including conflict dynamics, peacebuilding, droughts and other environmental and climate changes and resilience mechanisms safe-nets mainly for the Youth, women, IDPs and poor rural communities. SDC design and manage development and humanitarian projects and programmes supporting remote rural communities and vulnerable groups in urban settlements.
SDC has a fully-fledged research department that tackles a broad range of social issues and studies. Mainly on good governance and democracy, economic and social development, project monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), best agricultural practices, climate change, innovative farming practices and water technology.
SDC has partnered with various international organizations, UN agencies, and local institutions to rolling out development programs and in designing and implementation of projects on community development and socio-economic transformation.
We also work closely with several consultants, including the business community, agronomists, economists, environmentalists, civil society and research firms. Their experiences, diversity, expertise, discipline and gender bring together an adequate capacity for change.

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