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Somaliland: The NEC And Voter Registration   By Ahmed Kheyre

The Somaliland National Elections Commission (NEC) had declared its intention to begin the voter registration for the 2017 Presidential and parliamentary elections in Togdher on January 16th. The voter registration drive which still has some issues to deal with such as the proposal by the administration of President Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud “Silanyo”, to include Buhodle region registrations […]

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Who is a good leader? ( Qalinkii xamse xaaji cabaydh)

Really, to be a good leader is not so easy, because leadership requires patience, intelligence, effort, positive thinking, good prediction, professional and good sense. Leadership needs consultation, cooperation, strong honesty and love. Leadership is a huge responsibility and the problems of the leadership only can feel a leader person. A good leader takes the role […]

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THE ANNUAL GOVERNMENT OF PUNTLAND PERFORMANCE RETREAT ENTERS ITS SECOND DAY

Page 1     The annual Government of Puntland Performance Retreat enters its second day today with officials reviewing achievements, setting priorities for 2016 and developing strategies to improve performance and service delivery. Chaired by President Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, more than 60 officials including members of the cabinet, Director Generals, Heads of Departments and Agencies […]

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Somaliland: 2015 A Year In Review By-Ahmed Kheyre

      As a another calendar year comes to an end, it is an opportune moment, to  glance back at the year that was 2015.   2015 saw another year of peaceful and progressive developments in Somaliland. The nation continued on its path towards democracy and international de-jure recognition. There were the usual political […]

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Remembering Legendary Journalist Mohamed-Rashid Muhumed Farah A Year after His Death

Today marks the first anniversary of the death of the legendary journalist and the champion of the modern day journalism in Somaliland, Mohamed-Rashid Muhumed Farah. . Just 43 years old, Mohamed-Rashid died in a car crash near the port city of Berbera, leaving behind a legacy spanning two decades. Born in Hargeisa 1972, Mohamed-Rashid fostered […]

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Somaliland Measles and Birth Registration campaign  December 2015 – January 2016

In Somaliland – only three out of every 100 babies are registered at birth. It is the right of every child to have an official birth certificate providing their name and nationality and it can provide access to education, healthcare and protection and ensure. UNICEF supported the Somaliland authorities to pilot birth registration in November […]

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Mr Abdillahi Mohamed ducaale you country needs you

A letter to the former somaliland foreign Minster Mr Abdillahi mohamed ducaale. Dear sir I’m writing this letter to you, when I analysed and scrutinised how things are running in our beloved homeland Somaliland. Five years ago specially when you were the somaliland foreign Minster ….Somaliland condition was brilliant , our reputation in foreign affairs […]

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Up to 19 Killed in Djibouti Violence

Opposition activists in Djibouti say as many as 19 people were killed Monday when security forces opened fire on a religious gathering in the capital. Witnesses said the troops targeted a crowd in the Balbala neighborhood that was commemorating the late religious leader Sheikh Yonis Muse. Security forces raided the venue at around 5 a.m. […]

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Better Institutions: Better Development

Over the past two decades, the Republic of Somaliland was struggling to maintain peace and stability. The reconstruction and implementation of a functioning government was one of the major concerns of the country. Although this remarkable progress was laid down through a cooperative action by the different levels of the society, but still the country […]

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Science in 2015: Rethinking the universe

A cure for disease and hunger. Water on Mars. A new human ancestor. This year, scientists have witnessed amazing breakthroughs. Which will be the ones to reshape humanity’s story? In April this year, Chinese researchers published a paper which stunned the scientific community: they had used a new technology called Crispr to alter the genes […]

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