Northern Frontier
Youth League

Accountable, reliable & timely responder in delivering services to people in need in Somalia.

About Us

Welcome to Northern Frontier Youth League


Ensuring protection of displaced populations and promoting participation, self-sufficiency, dignity, and ensuring the provision of assistance and access to services.​


Working to reduce and prevent threats to the safety, dignities, and well-being of women and children & ensuring survivors & those at risk, have access to safe and comprehensive prevention and response services.​

Housing, Land & Property

Supporting and protecting the rights of displaced communities to access housing, land, and property.​

Economic Empowerment​

Enhancing resilience and self-reliance of displaced persons and empowering them meet their needs in a safe, sustainable and dignified manner.​

GBV Prevention & Response
in Mogadishu and Afgoye

Lets Change The World
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Delivering help and hope to communities.


We advocate for their right to


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Voices of our beneficiaries

Complaint Feedback Mechanism (CFM) improving efficiency in service delivery: Belet-Xawa

Complaints & Feedback Mechanism (CFM) is a formalized mechanism that provides safe, accessible and effective channel for displaced persons to get information feedback and to raise complaints for services within

Forced evictions: The devastating plight of IDPs in Banadir Region

Mustafe Hassan scours through the remains of his destroyed shelter after an eviction. He is an internally displaced person from  Bilkheir site in Daynille district where other 211 families were

CASH FOR WORK: Building Resilience & Strengthening Sustenance.

Murjaan Aweys sits uncomfortably across from us in a small shop, reclining on a chair and sipping carefully spiced ginger tea, one swig after another. The ray from the sunlight

Dialogue Sessions – the new panacea to social cohesion, peace building & HLP issues

Somalia has experienced almost constant conflict since the collapse of its central government in 1991. It is experiencing both unabated armed conflict and worsening climatic shocks across different regions, a

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