Mogadishu – Last night I was informed that a commercial plane carrying humanitarian cargo for an international nongovernmental organisation crashed killing six persons on board on approach to Bardale, approximately 55 km northwest of Baidoa town in S
Garowe – Progress and remaining challenges related to Somalia’s national priorities for 2020 – including debt relief, holding ‘one person, one vote’ elections, strengthening security and finalizing the federal constitution – were among the topics covered today in a meeting of the
The members of the Security Council noted the progress made in the preparations for the holding of national elections in late 2020 or early 2021 in Somalia, and welcomed the role of the Federal Government of Somalia, the Somali Federal Parliament and the National Independent Election Commission (
2020 has the potential to be a transformative year for Somalia. A number of key national priorities are due to conclude and will impact Somalia’s trajectory for years to come.
Hargeisa – To reach the Naasa Hablod camp, one must walk on a rough and narrow path, trimmed with thick layers of cactus bushes. The camp of 521 households sits on the outskirts of the city of Hargeisa, in Somaliland, and is home to 3,096 internally displaced persons (IDPs).
Hargeisa – The United Nations envoy to Somalia today flagged the world body’s belief that confidence-building efforts and dialogue between the authorities in Hargeisa and Mogadishu could bring about broad benefits in several areas.
It is recess time, and lively chatter can be heard from the grounds of Abdalla Deerow School in Baidoa.
Located in the centre of the city, it provides free education five days a week to more than one thousand girls from vulnerable communities in the area.
Garowe – Closing a series of consultative meetings across Somalia’s Federal Member States, a senior delegation of representatives from some of the country’s international partners today visited Puntland’s capital, Garowe, in the final stage of their visits to seek st
Kismayo – On the third stop of a series of consultations in Somalia’s Federal Member States, a senior delegation of some of the country’s international partners today visited Jubaland’s capital, Kismayo, where it held meetings on how the country can implement the national priorit
Mogadishu – Wrapping up her first visit to Somalia, a senior United Nations official charged with the world body's relations with the African Union (AU) today highlighted the “unique situation” the country finds itself in regard to its efforts to impro