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Somaliland:As Sir Mo Farah fronts an appeal about starvation in East Africa, UK charity ShelterBox gears up to help the drought-hit nomads of Somaliland

‘I was born in Somalia and it breaks my heart to hear stories of how families are suffering.’ As Olympian Sir Mo Farah calls the world’s attention to East Africa’s drought and famine, Cornwallbased ShelterBox is making partnership plans to help Somaliland families On the...

‘Worst Drought for Nearly Two Centuries’ Threatens Somaliland’s Children

Rageh Omaar, of NBC News’ partner ITN, has travelled to Somaliland to witness the devastating effects of three consecutive years of failed rains.   SOURCE: NBC News

The African Water Facility Supports Somaliland to Build Resilience to Water Stress and Climate Change

The African Water Facility (AWF) held on February 21, 2017 a launching ceremony and workshop to officially kick-start the Water Resources Management and Investment Plan project for Somaliland. The AWF has provided a €3-million grant to support this project in the aim of building...

Somaliland: BBC Pleads Guilt to Partiality, Points Fingers to its Somalia Service

By: M.A.Egge The Minister of Information and National Guidance who is also the National Spokesman Mr.Osman Abdillahi Sahardiid has revealed that the BBC World Service has admitted to the BBC Somali Service bias in its duties to the detriment of the integrity of Somaliland Republic. The...

Cornish charity Shelterbox in Somaliland as it faces ‘savage’ drought

A team from the Cornish charity Shelterbox is in Somaliland where a savage drought is threatening millions of people. The self-declared state on the Horn of Africa has seen its rains fail for the last three years, and is now facing a famine as millions...

Somaliland:Pioneering Somaliland Journalist Looks Beyond Present-Day Horizons

Somaliland's pioneering first woman print journalist urges other women to believe in themselves and look for new horizons to break the mould of male-dominated media. "It is what you think about yourself that makes you who you are," says Fahma Yusuf Essa. "I ask many young ladies...

Somaliland’s plea: ‘Don’t wait for people to die’

As she watches her home Somaliland stand on the brink of famine, a senior official has put out an emotional plea to the world to "not wait until people die." With more than one and a half million people facing the prospect of starving to...

Somaliland Foreign Minister on Revised U.S. Executive Order intended to prevent The entry of Foreign Terrorist

By:Joshua Gross Horndiplomat-Following the Executive Order restricting travel to the United States issued by the White House on January 27, Somaliland’s Foreign Minister Dr. Saad Ali Shire wrote to the U.S. Departments of State and Homeland Security to seek an exemption for Somaliland from the...

Somaliland Opens 30-year-old Mass Graves From Civil War

BY:Jason Patinkin BERBERA, SOMALILAND — Using metal hand tools, a team of forensic investigators scrapes away soil covering a mass grave in the town of Berbera, Somaliland. Nearly two meters below are the bodies of 17 men who are believed to have been rounded up,...

Saudi King Salman Center inspects projects in Somaliland

A team of King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid is inspecting the progress of works in the projects financed by the Center in Somaliland through United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and International Organization for Migration. The projects aim to provide job...