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AA Somalia's Profile




Our Theory of Change Social justice, gender equality, and poverty eradication are achieved through purposeful individual and collective action to shift unequal and unjust power, whether hidden, visible, or invisible, from the household to local, national, and international levels. Empowerment of people living in poverty and exclusion is crucial. Active and organised people develop and drive change, which will transform power when led primarily by those directly affected, and by individuals committed to deepening democracy and achieving social justice. Collective efforts and struggles are more impactful when linked through solidarity, campaigning, and common cause between communities, people’s organisations, social movements, citizen groups, and other allies to strengthen the power of people to drive structural change. This includes advocacy, campaigning, and policy influencing to engage with local and global power structures.