What we do
The past decades have brought wars and political instability around the MENA region leading to deterioration in basic services including health, education, human rights and infrastructure forcing millions to suffer and seek refuge in neighboring countries. Therefore there is a serious need to address the poor living conditions of many groups and individuals whether brought about by inadequate or insufficient housing, by poor management of urban space or the run down state of urban services and infrastructure. The quality of services provided by the governments has also declined due to years of neglect and abuse. The cultural heritage sites have been subjected to considerable neglect and inappropriate protection. The effects of the recent conflicts have severely aggravated the problems. SOC aims to participate in rebuilding the Middle East and North Africa infrastructure and basic services by participating when possible in the planning, training, capacity building, implementation, and monitoring of development projects that would lead to the reconstruction and development of modern world.
SOC developed excellent experience in the following areas:
To carry out pre-assessment evaluation on behalf of donors to identity the political situation, social environment, economic conditions and security situation that will affect Project implementation, as well as identifying expected stakeholders, beneficiaries and locations that will benefit from the Project.
SOC believes that monitoring, evaluation and analysis is essential for the long-term success of any project implementation. Our approach makes evaluation a central feature of the strategic planning process, to ensure coherence and impact in all projects. We work closely with our clients to develop a detailed M&E methodology and protocols to each best result. During the past 10 years we have developed a range of in-house M&E tools and indicators which are designed to take account of context, allow clients to frame the problems they are tackling and establish subject-specific measurements of effectiveness. Throughout its implementation, SOC developed experience in M&E projects in the following sectors:
3. Capacity building and training of government and NGOs staff on M&E, governance, finance, proposal writing, result frame work and management. Overall support and build the capacity of NGOs and CSOs.
Our training methods are hands-on and participatory, focusing on exercises which reinforce learning methods. Our team is recognized for the effective use of new approaches such as group work, peer research, learner-led presentations, simulation games, field visits, role play and team work. The training component of SOC focuses on building the capacity of managerial and social development practitioner, government officials, NGOs as well as individuals. Therefore we aim to provide quality training, research and consultancies to contribute to the increase of social integration of vulnerable people, as well as to enhance equal access of opportunities for all individuals.
Below the capacity building trainings for civil society organizations
Through our team covering all governorates in Iraq, SOC have conducted studies and surveys mostly targeting special segment of the society such as pregnant woman, IDPs, veterans, unemployed and many others groups and acclaimed on how to best address the problems under study and emergency needs of these groups.
Through the expansion of our own team, SOC have acquired a strategic and coherent approach to the management of an organization\'s most valued assets - the people working there who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the business. With full coverage in the MENA& Gulf region SOC have targeted the local communities; screened shortlisted and recruited professionals/workers on behalf of our clients.
What SOC Human Resources Management Team would offer to you:
With the increasing demand of getting experts into the MENA & Gulf region safely, SOC have facilitated travel of experts recruited by our clients into the MENA & Gulf region including high value life, medical insurance coverage and transportation within the country they are in.
The main objective is to carry a safe and timely cash delivery service in behalf of UN and international agencies to various locations around the MENA & Gulf region in line with UN payments instructions and delivery schedule.
Payments to be delivered according to UN payment instructions details (date and amount) and within a maximum duration of 3 working days from receiving the confirmation payment instructions. Moreover SOC is fully liable for all amounts transferred fromSOC bank account until the amount is received by the final beneficiaries around the MENA & Gulf region.
With the ongoing deterioration of the security situation and lack of food and water, the threat of violence has crippled the movement of the people within the MENA & Gulf region. We aim to guarantee that IDPs and vulnerable groups have access to basic, life-sustaining resources in ways that meet internationally accepted standards of care in shelter, water, food supply and non-food items by Emergency Aid.
Women and Children Care projects:
Provide women, children and especially pregnant women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with the tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency, thereby promoting viable civil societies, providing much needed educational and economic opportunities, as well as social services as follows: