AIDS continues to be a major global health and development challenge. Since its emergence as one of the most brutal and debilitating diseases in history, it has already claimed the lives of more than 34 million people.
As a father of three girls, International Women’s Day is close to my heart. I want my daughters to grow up in a world where men and women have equal opportunities. This year’s theme ‘equality for women is progress for all’ couldn’t be more relevant to Somalia, a country where progress is what everybody is longing for.
On the 17th of February, the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) and United Nations partners celebrated the winners of the 2013 Somali Media Awards competition. As part of journalist competition throughout Somalia, these awards recognized professionalism and excellence in the Somali media sector.
Earth movers are raising dust rehabilitating the airport road, which stretches from the middle of Galkacyo. The local council engineer and members of the Community Monitoring Group (CMG) are inspecting the work.
President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud launches innovative charcoal use reduction programme to address land degradation, promote alternative energy and create sustainable livelihoods in Somalia with support of UN agencies