Strategic Plan

The EACI Strategic Plan outlines the strategy for addressing the focus areas identified in the endeavors of community service and sustainable development:

  • Livelihood to the humanitarian community
  • Healthy Services.
  • WASH and Disaster Relief
  • Environmental Protection
  • Social development
  • Woman empowerment
  • Youth and Sports
  • Shelter and Housing.
  • Economic empowerment
  • Support equality and rights

CORE COMPETENCE AND SECTOR FOCUS

Communication

Speaks fluently; expresses opinions, information and key points of an argument clearly; presents information with skill and confidence; responds quickly to the needs of an audience and to their reactions and feedback; projects credibility; structures Information to meet the needs and understanding of the intended audience; presents Information in a well-structured and logical way.

Working with People

Shows respect for the views and contributions of other team members; shows empathy; listens, supports and cares for others; consults others and shares Information and expertise with them; builds team spirit and reconciles conflict; adapts to the team and fits in well.

Drive for Results

Sets high standards for quality of work; monitors and maintains quality of work; works in a systematic, methodical and orderly way; consistently achieves project goals; focuses on the needs and satisfaction of internal and external partners; accepts and tackles demanding goals with enthusiasm.

  DEVELOPMENT OF CIVIL SOCIETY

Since the late 1993, EACI have played an increasingly prominent role in the development sector, widely praised for their strengths as innovative and grassroots-driven organization with the desire and capacity to pursue participatory and people-centred forms of development and to fill gaps left by the failure of Some NGOs across the developing countries in meeting the needs of their poorest citizens.

While levels of IDPs have increased, the NGO programmes in service delivery and advocacy work have to increase alongside the rising prevalence and prominence of needy community.

In addition, given the non-political arena in which they operate, NGOs have had little participation or impact in tackling the more structurally-entrenched causes and manifestations of poverty, such as social and political exclusion, instead effectively depoliticizing poverty by treating it as a technical problem that can be ‘solved.’ How, therefore, can NGOs ‘return to their roots’ and follow true participatory and experimental paths to empowerment. EACI is willing to participate in each and every gab what so ever to support civil society broadly through engagement in dialogue and negotiations to bring the basic society need generally.

Why EACI is the best Organisation for WPE in Somali 

EACI is the best organization to implement WPE project (s) in Mogadishu and possibly South Central Somalia because we have the necessary experience and expertise for working with both IDPs and host community’s women since 1993. We have the office and over twenty staff members with the most relevant qualifications and proven experience in the field. For twenty plus years of continuous aid work we never in counted any major problem with or from our beneficiaries. Our local partners include 12 local NGOs whom we rely on whenever, we need them because of any extra pressure either side and indeed we consider having them on board as one of our significant assets.