Our work in action
What does our work actually look like? Read case studies and project profiles highlighting our work in action.
With Somalia’s 2016 electoral process now finished, Saferworld-supported election observers share their views, findings and hopes for the democratic future of their country.
4 April 2017
A project in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan aimed to reduce violence against women by helping police to be more gender-sensitive.
17 January 2017
Together with partners, Saferworld has looked into the significant problem in Kyrgyzstan of school bullying and extortion and has advocated for change at the national level.
23 November 2016
A youth-initiated project takes on the hidden problem of 'social orphans' - children who have been left behind by their parents and who face discrimination and neglect.
8 November 2016
As part of a participatory video project group of teenagers from Liverpool have produced a film documenting the experiences of the local Yemeni diaspora.
7 November 2016
A youth project promotes higher education for women and girls, while taking aim at early marriages
6 September 2016
The 'Youth Ambassadors' project in Kyrgyzstan seeks to overcome divides by bringing different ethnic groups together to identify solutions to security issues faced by communities. For 20-year-old Muhambetalli, working together with Uzbeks helped change his pre-conceived notions.
1 September 2016
Lack of street lighting in Yemen has increased insecurity of communities, especially in the context of the current conflict. The "Light it Up" project worked to encourage local action to install solar panels and lights.
12 July 2016
In Kyrgyzstan, exchange visits between local authorities, the police, and Local Crime Prevention Centres are proving that maintaining communication and exchanging experiences across the country are an essential part of building a successful community policing approach.
30 March 2016
In Osh, Kyrgyzstan, a project with youth is tackling street harassment of women and girls and building trust between communities and local authorities, writes Zamira Isakova.
16 March 2016