Areas of  Work                       

East Africa Consortium International Organization actively operates in south central regional of Somalia and is currently head-quartered in Mogadishu.

East Africa Consortium International Organization has operational offices in Banadir, Lower Shabelle, Middle Shabelle, Mudug, Galgadud, Middle juba and Lower juba of Somalia, North Eastern Kenya and Austria Vienna offices, Geneva and New York offices are also under process. .

The East Africa Consortium International organization has strong, committed and competent staff in place for all it target geographic coverage that implements ongoing programs and regularly cooperates with local authorities and communities.

This has given East Africa Consortium International Organization  the advantage of gaining acceptance in the communities they work in all our target locations, allowing us  to feel empowered to deliver complex and innovative programming quickly, securely, and with maximum impact.

East Africa Consortium International Organization it has established office in Vienna (Austria)   to enable international Fund raising with assistance of United Nations in Vienna.

Despite hindrance, EACI has planned to open an office in Lampedusa (Malta) in the near future to participate food & safety distribution to young African caravan migrants in Lampedusa and Sicilia’s. The operation will be responsible for our existing office in Vienna, and our Geneva and New York offices which are in process.


Why EACI is the best Organisation WPE in the Somali Capital

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 communities’ 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 15 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.

NB: EACI is not a feminist organisation but it is founded to support the most vulnerable human groups and it happens to be women and children in the case of Somalia. We also take keen interest in supporting people with special needs.