Garowe – The top United Nations official for Somalia today called for greater involvement of women in dealing with the country’s challenges on various fronts, including its efforts to bring about peace and stability.
Gaalkayo – Leaders, community members and police from North and South Gaalkayo have come together this week for a week-long discussion to establish a community forum and joint police community action plans – key steps in furthering peace-building progress in the region.
Addressing an audience of senior journalists and civil society representatives in Mogadishu, the United Nations envoy to Somalia today highlighted the important role played by its media and reaffirmed the world body’s support for its rights and development into a responsible and vital part of the
Brussels - A high-level gathering of representatives from the Somali government and the international community, including the United Nations, ended in Brussels today with renewed commitment to support the Horn of Africa country’s progress in a range of areas, such as state-build
Brussels – Speaking at the first day of the Somalia Partnership Forum in Brussels today, two senior United Nations officials commended the country’s government for its efforts in various areas – such as political reform, security, economic development, and recovery and humanitari
PRESS STATEMENT 10/2018
The Secretary-General's Special Representative for Somalia, Michael Keating, congratulates the people and government of Somalia on the 58th anniversary of their country’s independence.
“He crept into our house, held me down and forced himself on me repeatedly.”
So Amina Ibrahim* recalls the terrifying night when an intruder entered her house in south-central Somalia as she slept with her children, among them a four-day-old newborn, and violently raped her.