- The evidence behind the idea/project
- Quality of the people
- Their vision
- Social impact/outcomes
- Value for money
- Co-design/community involvement
Have I missed anything out that you would include?
Amina is a 13 years old girl from Mogadishu. Her father makes little earnings selling vegetables and other small items on the street. Following her mother’s death, she joined her elder sister in Garowe, (Puntland) with other siblings in search of a safer environment and better education opportunities. One day as she walked to the shops, a Somali woman approached her, and enticed her into going with her. Amina does not recall what has happened next. When she woke up, she found herself contained in a room full of other children. The other children informed her that the woman had drugged her and transported her to Ethiopia for the purpose of organ removal. The following day, Amina was made to undergo several medical check-ups where she was diagnosed with hepatitis A. She was given medical treatment, which did not work. Amina was told by the Somali woman that she was ‘useless’. As a result she was transferred from Ethiopia to Burao via Hargeisa in Somaliland, where she was found by one of IOM’s Counter Trafficking Network members who referred her case to IOM. She was given immediate assistance and protection, and would be finally reunited with her family in Garowe.