Mogadishu – As Somalia reaches the six-month milestone since the announcement of the country’s first confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19), the United Nations family in Somalia today lauded the many health workers who have worked tirelessly to prevent the spread of COVID-19 an
Mogadishu - International partners* welcome the resumption of dialogue between the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) and the five Federal Member States (FMS). The partners commend President Mohamed Abdullahi ‘Farmaajo’ an
Mogadishu – The key role that young Somalis play in helping develop their country came under the spotlight recently at a special meeting of the United Nations Security Council on youth, peace and security.
Baidoa – Somalia has one the world’s biggest ‘youth bulges’ - that is, around 60 percent of its estimated population of some 15.9 million people is under the age of 30, according to the World Population Prospects, produced by the United Nati
Mogadishu – “Culture is the fountain of our progress and creativity and must be carefully nurtured to grow and develop,” according to the World Commission on Culture and Development – and it is a view many people in Somalia would agree with, especially those working in the countr