About Us


Problems to Address

Somalia suffered a human rights crisis during the past decades characterized by serious of violations against human rights and humanitarian law. The protection of civilians in the context of the armed conflict, combined with impunity and lack of accountability, has been of major concern.The lack of rule of law and the climate of insecurity has created an environment in which certain categories of professionals, such as journalists and judges, were targeted for extrajudicial killings. An entire generation has grown up without access to education and the country as a whole suffers from a lack of knowledge about human rights, women and children’s rights were routinely violated.

Core values of the organization

Mission of DCI-Somalia

Ensure ongoing, practical, systematic and concerted global action directed towards promoting and protecting children’s rights as articulated by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), its Optional Protocols and all other human rights standards and instruments..


DCI is organised as a not-for-profit organisation. Any surplus that is generated through its operations is only intended to help fulfil DCI’s mission.


Acting effectively in order to improve the achievement of DCI goals, and efficiently in order to ensure the best possible use of the resources.


A principle that must prevail in all of the services provided by the DCI International Movement in its development of the goals for which it was created.
ensuring children

ensuring children and young people are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care


protecting children and young people under 18 years of age from maltreatment


giving legal, educational, technical and social support to the children

We raise awareness on child rights and related issues.
We support children to become actors of change

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