Somaliland:Preparing Somali Nomads for Climate Change

    It makes business and survival sense to help Somali nomads prepare for climate change argues Liban Ahmad  The 1997 drought in Somalia did not raise alarm bells about the impact of climate change. The 2017 drought has put climate change mitigation agenda at the centre of political discourse. The impact of climate change on the More...

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By MGoth On Saturday, August 12th, 2017

Let us strive to end Human Wrongs

As we look around the world today we become aware of just how many states are actively involved in the suppression of others. Many a nation seeks to persecute those it fears, whilst others formulate laws designed More...

By MGoth On Saturday, August 12th, 2017

Pharmacovigilance: An Overview to Drug Safety Monitoring in Somaliland

Pharmacovigilance is like a sunshade to describe the processes for monitoring and evaluating ADRs and it is a key component of effective drug regulation systems, clinical practice and public health programmes. The More...

Dominique Lefont and Bihi Yunis
By MGoth On Thursday, August 10th, 2017

Why Somaliland finds no global sympathizers?

By Abdirahman M Dirye Addis Ababa- This France25 Channel yesterday hostile remarks concluded with this “…. (Somaliland’s) recognition be undeniably hard to attain” and the negative portrayal perhaps resulted More...

By MGoth On Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Somaliland:Military Bases and the Horn aka ‘The Cockpit of Africa’

Hardly a week goes by without more news of yet another foreign power looking to establish a presence in the Horn of Africa. Not since the dark days of the Cold War has the region received such interest, little wonder More...

Photo: Somaliland President Ahmed Silanyo arrives at Lancaster House for the Somalia Conference in London, Britain, 23 February 2012. EPA/ANDY RAIN
By Sahra Farah On Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

Somaliland after 26 years

by abdirask Hassan ali { irgin] ‘’ sounds  of birds ,     blaring of  horn cars  are among the stability  that   fully developed in Somaliland ,  over  More...

By MGoth On Saturday, August 5th, 2017

Somaliland:Events have Consequences

For ardent Somaliland watchers this has been a curious week, one in which the reopening and then closing of the Roman Catholic church in Hargeisa has proved as instructive and it has been somewhat farcical. Some More...

By MGoth On Monday, July 31st, 2017

Between a Rock and Hard place;The Existential Crisis Facing Somaliland

Introduction During the seven years since the Kulmiye government of President Silanyo came to power in 2010, Somaliland’s quest for international recognition has not only flagged dramatically, it has declined More...

By MGoth On Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Somaliland:International Law is central to any decision concerning recognition

  To raise one’s head above the parapet in the debate concerning the international recognition of Somaliland is certain to invite criticism. For all the opprobrium that may come one’s way, it is More...

Livestock herders near the central Somali town of Belet Weyne in the Hiiraan region. Photograph: Stuart Price/AU-UN IST/EPA
By MGoth On Saturday, July 29th, 2017

Remembering Agricultural Development in Somaliland

by Andrew Seager (Agricultural Officer, Somaliland 1951-59, Northern Rhodesia 1959-60) Remembering Agricultural Development in Somaliland As a former agriculturist, I hope to see more about non-administration matters More...