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Op-Ed: The Danger of Unregulated Health Care Providers in Somaliland

Op-Ed: The Danger of Unregulated Health Care Providers in Somaliland
 By Abdiaziz Ali AdaniMany people in countries with underdeveloped public healthcare infrastructure, like Somaliland, rely instead on unregulated private clinics and hospitals. These privately owned businesses are not subject to government surveillance, supervision, or control. As a result, there are several...

Taiwan’s participation can strengthen international cooperation to fight transnational telecommunication fraud in the postpandemic

Taiwan’s participation can strengthen international cooperation to fight transnational telecommunication fraud in the postpandemic
By: Li, Hsi-ho is Commissioner of Criminal Investigation Bureau of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Fraud is disrupting people’s livelihoods in the postpandemic era The internet is very much part of daily life in...

Op-Ed: Is the Character of War with Al-Shabaab in Somalia has Changed

Somali military kills 28 al-Shabaab terrorists in 48 hours
By: Mohamed Mohamoud Muse Locals from the Hiraan region in central Somalia have started to oppose Al-Shabaab's conduct after indiscriminate attacks against locals, and after Al-Shabaab destroyed their waterwalls and communication masses. It seems that bloodshed angered the locals who stood to take arms to...

Mohamed Ibrahim Warsame Hadrawi, the most influential Somali poet dies at age 79

Mohamed Ibrahim Warsame Hadrawi, the most influential Somali poet dies at age 79
By: Ibrahim Muse Baqardhe  Mohamed Ibrahim"Hadraawi" Warsame, the most influential Somali poet and one of Africa's most celebrated authors and poets, who was often referred to as the "Shakespeare of Somalia," died Thursday at age 79. The...

Nabadgelyo Macallin – HADRAAWI: The Poet and the Man

Dr Jama Musse Jama, PhD
By:Dr Jama Musse Jama, PhD Mohamed Ibrahim Warsame ‘HADRAAWI’, one of the most popular Somali contemporary poets passed away Thursday 18th of August 2022 in Hargeysa, Somaliland. Recognized for his unmatched role both within his native people and...

Prof: Sulaiman Ahmed Gulaid; An Admirable Teacher and a Formidable Leader

Prof. Sulaiman Ahmed Gulaid
By: Abdirahman Adan Mohamoud Prof. Sulaiman Ahmed Gulaid, president of Amoud University retired today from active public service after five decades. He also steps down from university leadership after he delivered 25 years of solid performance with...

Nabadgelyo Siciid: A leading scholar and true enlightenment thinker passed away – Said Jama Hussein (1942 – 2022)

Rashiid Sh Abdillahi, Dr Jama Musse Jama, Said Jama Hussein, Mohamud Sh Dalmar
By:Jama Musse Jama | @JamaMusse There is no right way to grieve and each of us reacts in our own way to the loss of a friend. Today, we have lost a dear friend whose wisdom, wit...

Port of Berbera in Somaliland shows the true value of doing over dithering

DP WORLD HAS A VISION FOR THE PORT OF BERBERA Source: DP World
By: John Steenhuisen writes  A visit to the Port of Berbera on the coast of Somaliland is certainly not for the faint hearted. It is blistering hot in summer with temperatures that regularly breach the forties, a journey made more challenging by the occasional camel...

Op-Ed: The Case of Somaliland Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting 

Some cutters use a razor blade for the female genital mutilation procedure CREDIT: Ivan Lieman /Getty Images
By:Mubaarik Fuaad Hassan The FGM is a traditional habits used by many countries around the world. FGM is rive amongst the areas resided by ethnically Somali people. Every year we participate in the annual FGM day on the 6th of February. This day is used...

Op-Ed:How covid-19 has affected the economy of somali women

Nimco Yusuf, 45, is one businesswoman feeling the pain. She started her kitchen utensils business in Mogadishu ten years ago hoping to address new market demand after years of conflict. She started by offering cooking utensils. photo by IOM
By: Mubaarik Fuaad Hassan The situation of the Somaliland Girls during the period of covid19 covering the last 3years  Covid19 has effected the economy and the movements of goods and people across the world, effects...