Nairobi — In the past two months of January and April of this year in 2012, SARD has carried out in Buur-Hakaba district in Bay region of southern Somalia, a project intended helping the drought affected families living there to get their basic needs.
SARD has set up a job project for at least 3190 unemployed people in two months. These employed persons have renovated 12 drinking lakes locating in Buur-Kaba district.
Also in the project, has helped the reconstruction of the infrastructure of production. The repaired lakes reserved rain-waters and now many people and their livestock have access to get water.
Somali association and reconstruction development (SARD) is a national relief agency established in 1992 to assist Somali people that affected by the civil war and natural disasters in the past 20 years.
SARD has achieved since its establishment, to carry out more careers related to reconstruction and developing food security and livelihood, water and education for the locally displaced people (IDPs) in Somalia.