Mogadishu – Somalia and international partners reaffirmed their commitment to end the country’s recurring cycle of humanitarian crises and promote its future development during a high-level roundtable on drought response and recovery today.
Minneapolis - On a whirlwind visit to the city of Minneapolis, home to the largest Somali diaspora population in the United States, the top United Nations envoy for Somalia highlighted the valuable links between the local community and the Horn of Africa country.
Mogadishu – With low levels of rain expected for the fifth consecutive rainy season, the United Nations is appealing for $1.6 billion to provide life-saving aid to 5.4 million people affected by the ongoing drought in Somalia.
Somalis face some of the toughest living conditions in the world. Millions are struggling to cope with the consequences of drought. Insecurity is a fact of life for everyone. 2017 has seen many terrible moments, including the devastating bomb on 14 October that ruined so many lives.
Mogadishu – Somalia’s electoral authorities today launched a five-year roadmap – known as the Strategic Plan – to guide the management and administration of the country’s 2020-2021 elections, also known as the ‘one-person, one-vote’ elections.