Abdikadir Moalim Mohamed has devoted his adult life to bettering the lives of other human beings. “In the end, what matters is what you have done for mankind,” says the veteran humanitarian aid worker.
Baidoa - The involvement of young people in conflict prevention, social justice and sustainable peace in Somalia featured prominently in a youth forum conducted on the sidelines of the International Youth Day celebrations in Baidoa, the administrative capital of South West state.
Thousands of youths across Somalia commemorated International Youth Day with pledges to build peace and promote stability and prosperity in their country.
Celebrations were held in the capital city Mogadishu and in the regional capitals of Garoowe, Kismaayo and Baidoa, among others.
Mogadishu - Mohamed Tahlil Mohamed is brimming over with ideas. The 27-year-old university graduate is one of the initiators of “City Flowers”, a youth-led project that seeks to erase the scars of war from the streets of the Somali capital and beautify the whole city.
Baidoa - The Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Somalia Raisedon Zenenga held discussions today with South West state administration officials on the progress the state has made in the security sector.
Mogadishu - Somalia’s Federal Ministry of Education and Higher Studies will provide 1,000 scholarships to boost student enrolment at the country’s premier public university under a programme announced recently by President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed ‘Farmaajo’.