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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.

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NAYD Somalia/Somaliland: new hospital in mogadishu

new hospital in mogadishu

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Healing unseen wounds in Mogadishu

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A Somali woman walks through the deserted streets of Bakara Market in central Mogadishu, a city that has endured decades of conflict. - © AU-UN IST Photo/Stuart Price Mogadishu, Somalia - “I was alone,” remembers 14-year-old Hoda*, recalling that evening in January 2013. “My father is a police officer, and he was working that night.” Hoda was in the bathroom preparing for bed, while two armed men quietly broke into her house. A man of 75 years and his son then hid under her bed. When Hoda returned to her room, the men emerged and began to rape her. Eventually her screams were heard by neighbours, who came to her aid, detaining the men, who are now in prison awaiting trial. Such situations are common in Somalia. Ever since the outbreak of civil war in 1991, the country has been enveloped by sectarian and clan violence and foreign military intervention. In 2011, African Union forces supported by the United Nations ousted the militant Islamist group Al-Shabaab and have been t

Bay Supreme Youth Council

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Organizational Profile Name of the Organization:          Bay Supreme Youth Council. Type of the Organization:            Governmental Youth Development                                                             Organization for Regional Level Date of establishment:                  15 th may 2009. Date of re-establishment              01-January 2013. Head quarter:                                 Baidoa-Somalia Operation area:                             The whole region Contact:                                Email dhalinyarada_bay@hotmail.com / dhalinyarada_bay@hushmail.com Mobile +252-615-549617 / 0695294033 / 062294033 The Slogans of the Organization 1.      Union of the Youth is the Unification of the Nation. 2.     Respect anthem, remember nationality is the only way to reach good governance that results etiquette, decorum and good goals. 3.     Teach your teenagers goodness, discipline and all decencies remember good trees can produce good

Pictures from PASOS water catchment emergency response and early recovery assistanc in Burhakaba district of Bay region of Somalia

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Mogadishu Peace Run

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starting point  www.nayd.org mayor of Mogadishu and some other Somali  Olympic  committees  was also part for the  marathon  ending point

Working Together to End Tolerance of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting

Ambassador James Swan U.S. Special Representative for Somalia February 6, 2013 Today, on the tenth anniversary of the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), the U.S. government stands in solidarity with the four African first ladies who first declared this Day on February 6, 2003, with people around the world, and with those in Somalia who are working together to help end female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C).

Axdiga Qabyo-qoraalka ee Dhallinyarada

Anagoo ah dhallinyarada Somaliland, Puntland iyo Koonfurta iyo Bartamaha Soomaaliya waxaan garwaaqsannahay in aan nahay dhalinyartii maantay iyo tan mustaqbalka ummadda. Annaga oo tan maanka ku hayna, waxaan jeclaan lahayn in aan yeelano cod mideysan; hal cod oo laga wada maqlo Axdigan.

The Somali Youth Charter

We, the youth of Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia, acknowledge that we are the present and future of the nation. Bearing this in mind, we would like to have a unified voice: one voice that is heard through this Charter. We want a supportive and enabling environment, in which every young person—women and men— gains ability, authority, agency and opportunities to make effective choices, and translate these in their own lives and the lives of other people.

Speaking in Minneapolis, Somali president Hassan sheikh promises a new era

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Visiting the Twin Cities' Somali population after meeting with President Obama, Hassan Sheik Mohamud said his country is "ready to move on." About 4,000 jubilant, flag-waving Minnesota Somalis greeted their homeland's new president Friday at the Minneapolis Convention Center, hailing his vows to bring peace, stability and opportunity to the nation after a generation of chaos.

Somali President: ‘Delighted’ with US Recognition

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President Barack Obama drops by a meeting with President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud of Somalia and Deputy National Security Advisor Denis McDonough in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Jan. 17, 2013. So the question is what is next?