SOMALI DIASPORA YOUTH
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ADAR FOUNDATION

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Saturday, 28 February 2015 06:16

Youth Activities & Advocacy

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Serving Diaspora Communities

Adar Foundation’s local programs focus on advocacy and education. 

Adar Foundation co-sponsored and continues to support Somali Diaspora Youth conferences intended to build bridges for a better tomorrow. These conferences have among other issues addressed reducing youth risk factors.  To learn more on youth activities, please click on this link Connecting the Dots: Youth engagement on Community Issues

Over the years, Adar Foundation played pivotal roles in its efforts of finding a lasting peace in Somalia and provided management support for national meetings that brought together Somali Diaspora and NGOs.
The co-founders of Adar Foundation are also involved in increasing awareness in terms of know you rights workshops for immigrants and minorities.   

In its efforts of shedding light on the plight of Somali civilians, co-founder of Adar Foundation has testified on the Humanitarian Crisis in Somalia and the Impact on women and children. The hearing was held at the US Congress’s House Committee on Foreign Affairs’ Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health. To learn more on the testimony, please click on this link; June 17, 2010 Testimony on Humanitarian Crisis in Somalia

Friday, 27 February 2015 07:17

About Us

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About Us

Adar Foundation (for Reparation and Development of Somalia), is a non-profit, 501 (C (3) organization.  It was founded in United States in 2000 by Somali-American women.  Adar Foundation was founded to provide services and support to Somalis in United States and Somalia

Through partnership and collaboration with other like-minded NGOs.  Adar Foundation's goals include but not limited to:

  • Enhance the overall welfare of the Somali community in the United States and Somalia 
  • Promotion the lives of youth and women through education, health care, employment, infrastructure and community relations, through community meetings, dinners and social gatherings and other activities.  

Contact us:

6818 Wild Rose Ct
Springfield, VA 22152, USA

Office: 703-951-7662

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