Peace action society organization for Somalia
Peace Action Society Organization for Somalia, commonly known as PASOS is a professionally managed and committed national Non-Governmental and non-profit-making organization, founded by civil society groups on 1st January 1997 in Mogadishu, Somalia.
The primary focus of PASOS is on the problems of poor in their struggle to obtain life of justice and dignity. Environment stabilization, food security, empowerment of the community for self-governance are the most important components of its mission. Gender justice, advocacy on human rights, democracy, peace and conflict resolution in society child protection, child rights, natural resource management, and livelihood security are our primary areas of concern.
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