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Book promotion: “Dryland” by Konrad Piskała

We invite you to the meeting (at Faktyczny Dom Kultury, Gałczyńskiego Street 12, on 11th of September at 19.00) with Konrad Piskała, the author of Dryland – which is a reportage on Somalia – and Abdulcadir Gabeire, the president of the Foundation for Somalia and the main character of Piskała’s book.

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Abdulcadir Gabeire Konrad Piskała

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Join to our campaign!

Fot. Free PhotosDo something both for yourself and the others! Become the face of the ‘Actively Legally’! We are looking for migrants, who are representatives of various professions, to take part in our campaign.

Are you a migrant? Is your job interesting? Become the main character of the one of our spots! What we offer: a lot of good fun, a great satisfaction of doing something helpful for migrants in Poland and a possibility to benefit from the services of the Foundation for Somalia (financial support for vocational courses, language courses, diplomas/degree recognition and free of charge consultations with a coach, a career counsellor and a lawyer).

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IOM: Rights and duties of foreigners in Poland?

What else do you want to know about rights and duties of foreigners in Poland? Want to enlarge your knowledge about migrants in Poland? International Organization of Migrant and Office for Foreigners invite volunteers and workers of non-governmental organizations to training about basic rights and duties which lie on migrants.

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Let`s learn tolerance!

Foundation for Somalia, Polish Migration Forum Foundation and Office for Foreigners carry out the project called “From tolerance to integration”. The aim of the project is to build positive intercultural relations to local communities in places where centers for refugees are located.

We would like to help for inhabitants of small cities and villages where centers for refugees are located. The activities will be done also in Warsaw. The aim of the project is to build attitudes of openness to foreigners and prevent all forms of discrimination, racism and xenophobia. What are we going to do?


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The Mobile Vet Clinic ready for the challenges!

Fot. Kacper KosowiczFoundation for Somalia is currently carrying out three development projects in Africa. Our pride is Mobile Vet Clinic which operates in Marsabit County, Kenya.

The Mobile Vet Clinic has opened! In the end of July our MVC staff spent time around watering point in Maikona Town. Our teamtook care of sheeps and goats gathered over there. They also examined and treated camels.

The project aims to raise and improve veterinary care of the animals and cattle from Marsabit County. It also provides package of courses for local veterinarians and everyone who want to learn and become employed in this profession.

The project coordinator is Kacper Kosowicz. If you want to be up to date, join to project on Facebook.