During the Somalia Partnership Forum in Mogadishu on 5th December, the Federal Government of Somalia presented findings of the Drought Impact and Needs Assessment (DINA) it has carried out in Somalia, with the support of the United Nations, the World Bank and the European Union.
The conference aimed to create the space for dialogue on policy and best practice in fighting corruption.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) handed over new police uniforms to the Somali Police Force at a ceremony in Mogadishu. The new police uniforms will provide increased visibility to the Somali Police Force, distinguish police personnel from other law enforcement and security officials, and will also make it easier for community members to report crime.
The UN theme of this year’s campaign is, “Leave no one behind: End Violence against Women and Girls!” This means including and prioritizing the most marginalized.
Private and public sector investment, regulation, and partnership amongst Government, international community and the private sector were highlighted as central to increasing energy access Somalia at conference in Mogadishu in November
The United Nations Development Programme extends its profound condolences and solidarity to all those affected, as we mourn the terrible loss of life and devastation caused by the attack on Saturday 14 October 2017 in Mogadishu, when more than 400 people were killed and over 300 were wounded.
Farah Abdessamad writes about UNDP's response team visit to the 14th October blast site to support recovery and reconstruction efforts of the Somali Government

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