This is the first attempt by UNSOM to quantify casualties and assess the toll of the conflict on civilians covering the period between 1 January 2016 and 14 October 2017. During this period, ground and air attacks inflicted heavy
Geneva / Mogadishu – Armed conflict in Somalia continues to exact a heavy toll on civilians, damaging infrastructure and livelihoods, displacing millions of people, and impeding access to humanitarian relief for communities in need, a UN report published on Sunday said.
Mogadishu – Somalia’s development partners have renewed their commitment to help the country end violent extremism and achieve economic recovery during a one-day Somalia Partnership Forum that was held in the Somali capital today.
At Somalia's first-ever security conference, hosted by the country’s Federal President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed “Farmaajo” in the capital, Mogadishu, participants agreed to speed up security sector reform and develop a plan to transfer primary responsib
Mogadishu - A consultative forum to review Somalia’s National Action Plan on Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict, has been held in Mogadishu as part of the efforts aimed at addressing the widespread conflict related sexual violence in the country.
Barawe - The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (SRSG) for Somalia, Michael Keating joined a high-level Federal Government of Somalia delegation on a security assessment visit to Barawe, a strategic port city situated in the Lower Shabelle region.