PAST PROGRAMMES

1986 - 1990:

Emergency Relief - funded by SPICMA, MIVA - UK. Components included Relief, Tractor Plough Project and Emergency food and non-food items.

1991 - 1999:

Iteso Efforts for Sustainable Agriculture (ITESA) funded through Trocaire. Interventions included Agro-Forestry, Heifer Project, LABE, Water and Sanitation, Gender and development, and Micro-enterprise Development.

2000 - 2002:

SOCADIDO Integrated Programme for household poverty eradication (SIDEP 4 HOPE 1) with support from CORDAID, Trocaire and CAFOD. This was a consolidated/integrated programme covering the sector of Basic education (LABE), Health, general, water Supply and Sanitation, Human Rights, Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution, Agriculture, Forestry, Women in development, Developmental food aid/food security, Humanitarian aid and Promotion of Development Awareness .

2003 - 2005:

SOCADIDO Integrated Programme for household poverty eradication (SIDEP 2) funded with support from CORDAID, Trocaire, CAFOD, VECO, WATERAID, UWASNET. It was a continuation of the consolidated programme covering the sector of Basic education (LABE), Health, general, water Supply and Sanitation, Human Rights, Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution, Agriculture, Forestry, Women in development, Developmental food aid/food security, Humanitarian aid and Promotion of Development Awareness.

2006 - 2008:

SOCADIDO Master Plan (SOMAPLAN) with support from CORDAID, Aqua for All (A4A), Hesketh Family. The focus was on recovery after two decades of war and civil strife. Areas of intervention included Human Rights and peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution, Agriculture, Forestry, Developmental food aid/food security, Humanitarian aid and Promotion of Development Awareness.

2009 – 2011:

Social and Business Development (BDSP) in partnership with CORDAID, TROCAIRE, European Union ,Danish Church Aid, STROMME, Hesketh Family. Resettlement, Recovery, Livelihoods, Community Managed DRR, Promotion of Farming as a Business, Community Managed microfinance and Emergency Response were the core components during this period.

SOCADIDO CORE VALUES

The key guiding principles of the organization include among others the following: SOCADIDO is built on the values of Christ centered stewardship; Preferential option for the vulnerable; Subsidiarity; Transparency; Partnership; and Professionalism