Somali-led NGOs were looking to play a greater and more equal role in tackling the humanitarian crisis in Somalia using the Surge Capacity Model which enables the health system. A two-day dialogue for action on aid localization in Somalia was held in Nairobi aimed at bridging the gaps that exist between local and international actors. It also sought to create innovative solutions on how different actors can better cooperate and form long-term relationships.
The outcomes comprised of: Capacity Assessment, Representation, Funding, Long term Partnerships and Capacity Strengthening.
Some of the roles of CHC was to consult with trainers and prepare a course outline on topics covered, to facilitate and teach at the course.