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YOUTH AND UNEVEN POLITICAL IN SOMALIA

Young people in Somalia are not just the future of the country – they are also the majority. Nearly three quarters of the population is under 30 years old. Most are born after the overthrow of the Siad Barre regime in 1991 and have only known conflict and violence. An entire generation has missed out on education, employment and knowing what a stable life is. Many lost hope for a better future.

Developing The Capital City Of Somalia And The Role Volunteer Youth

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Youth, Employment and Migration in Mogadishu, Kismayo and Baidoa

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This research project aims to study the relationship between youth, employment and migration, looking at three main questions:

1) Who constitutes the youth workforce in Somalia, and are these young people satisfied with their situation?

2) How can the economic situation of dissatisfied youth be explained: is the source of the problem structural (not enough demand), or does it result from frictions within the labour market? Can youth create their own job opportunities through entrepreneurship?

3) Does dissatisfaction with occupation and level of income, along with difficulties to navigate the job market, alone explain irregular migration amongst youth?
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THE IMPACT OF TICE AND TRAUMA HEALING IN SOMALIA

To forget the wrong is best revenge, but when and how? if there is forgiveness, truly reconcile, TICE and trauma healing among the community.
To be continue...........www.soyden.net

THE SITUATION OF SOMALIA

*There is a film with a story about all good things,peace, love and harmony. No one is hurting the other and people are helpful to each other
*There is another film which is full of deception, murder,rape and all evil things . Which film will attract most visitors?

SPORTS OF SOMALIA AFTER 21 YEARS OF CONFLICT AND WAR

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Since the new government took control the capital city of Mogadishu and most of the regions of the country, the situation is much better like before and the people are very interesting the entertainment and gathering public areas like sports stadium and  beaches.

History of Mogadishu

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Mogadishu is the capital and chief port of Somalia. The city lies on the Indian Ocean coast of Somalia. It is located at 2°4' north, 45°22' east and is a centre for oil refining, food processing and chemical production. The city is known as Mogadishu in Somali, Maqdishu in Arabic and Mogadiscio in Italian. With a population reaching a million, it is also the largest city of Somalia.