.....(Hal-ku-dhigyo Dhaxal-gal Noqday) = ..... President, C/raxmaan A. Cali: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland dib ayay ula soo Noqotay Qaran-nimadeedii sidaa awgeed, waa dal xor ah oo gooni u taagan maanta (18/05/1991) laga bilaabo''...>>>>> President, Maxamad I.Cigaal:''Jiritaanka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland'' Waa mid waafaqsan xeerasha u-degsan Caalamka! Sidaa darteed, waa Qaran xaq u leh in Aduunku aqoonsado''...>>>>> President, Daahir R. Kaahin: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland waa dal diimuqraadi ah oo caalamka ka sugaya Ictiraafkiisa''...>>>>> President, Axmed M. Siilaanyo: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland, Boqol sano haday ku qaadanayso helista Ictiraafkeedu way Sugaysaa! Mar dambena la midoobi mayso Somalia-Italia''.....[***** Ha Jirto J.Somaliland Oo Ha Joogto Waligeed *****].....

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

First ever mobile clinic Hargeisa brings doctors closer to patients

- Health professionals in Hargeisa have launched the first-ever mobile hospital in Somaliland, taking health care closer to the people who need it. The mobile hospital aims to reach thousands of people, who have to travel big distances to the nearest medical facility and have to cope with emergency cases at home.

Muhyadin Dabeyl, the chairman of the seven-member group, told Radio Ergo the Mobile Health Care Organisation (MOHCO) aims to institute reforms in the health sector by improving access, quality, and safe medical practices.

Monday, November 12, 2018

‘Invisible’ story of bravery in First World War told in touring Somali exhibition

 " but others joined the Somaliland Camel Corps, set up by Britain to take advantage of Somali skills with camels."

- Brent’s Somali population doesn’t always feel like it gets a good press, but its First World War history is a proud one.

That’s according to the people behind a travelling exhibition – Somali People and the First World War – sharing Somali neighbours’ memories of their relatives’ service in the 1914-1918 conflict.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Jaamacadda Ka Dib, Hal Sano Oo "Shaqo Qaran ah."


The State of the Republic of Somaliland
 1.   The country which gained its independence from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on 26th June 1960 [7]and was known as the Somaliland Protectorate and which joined Somalia on 1st July 1960 so as to form the Somali Republic and then regained its independence by the Declaration of the Conference of the Somaliland communities held in Burao between 27th April 1991 and 15th May 1991 shall hereby and in accordance with this Constitution become a sovereign and independent country known as “The Republic of Somaliland”.
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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

U.A.E. Military Base in Breakaway Somaliland Seen Open by June

- A United Arab Emirates military base in the self-declared republic of Somaliland will begin operating by June and include a coastal-surveillance system, according to a diplomat involved in talks for the facility.

The U.A.E. is growing its military presence in the Horn of Africa to help protect trade flows through the Bab el-Mandeb strait, a key shipping lane used by oil tankers and other cargo vessels en route to the Suez Canal. Emirati footholds in Somaliland and Eritrea provide strategic locations as the U.A.E. supports the Saudi Arabia-led war against Houthi rebels in Yemen.

Friday, November 2, 2018

Four 'invisible countries' that could redraw the world map! " Somaliland..

- One of the key features of nations is their capacity to conduct relations with and be recognised by other countries — but this is not the case for Somaliland. Journalist Joshua Keating, who explores the changing shape of the nation-state in his new book Invisible Countries, says Somaliland is an example of a new form of nation, that exists without recognition. Somaliland has achieved all the trappings of countryhood but floats within the internationally recognised nation of Somalia, which after years of civil war is sovereign on paper only. 

After declaring itself to be an independent country in 1991, Somaliland now functions as a poor but stable nation with its own currency, public service, and government.
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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Financial Times: "Somaliland Oo Ku Dadaalaysa In Caalamku Ictiraafo.

"Halis aan la qiyaasi karin ayaa ka dhalan doonta hadii la isku dayo in Somaliland dib loola mideeyo Soomaaliya!" Drs. Edna Aden

- Wargeyska  caanka ah ee Financial Times ee ka soo baxa dalka Ingiriiska, ayaa caawa baahiyey   Warbixin dheer oo uu kaga hadlay horusocodka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland ka samaysay qaddiyadda aqoonsi raadinta. Wargeysku wuxuu warbixintiisa ciwaan uga dhigay: “Somaliland  waxay ku tallaabsatay inay dhaqdhaqaajiso sidii ay aqoonsi caalamiya  u heli lahayd.” Warbixintaas oo aad u dheerayd waxa soo turjuntay Wakaallada Wararka Somaliland ee SOLNA, waxaanay Financial Times qormadeedu u dhignayd sidan:-

"Sheeko Kale": 10 Boqor oo Xanuun Maskaxeed Ku Dacay!

"Maskax xanuunka Suldaan Mustafe waxa ka mid ahaa in uu laba hablood oo adoomihiisa ka mid ahaa ku amray in ay mar walba la socdaan iyaga oo qaawan.!" Prof. C/Salaan Yaasiin.
- Boqorkii Baabal – Nebuchadnezzar (604-562 B.C.): Waxa lagu naanaysay “Awooga Boroqada Maskaxda Ka Bukay), waayo wuxu jiray taarikhada miilaadiga ee xilligan la adeegsado ka hor. Boqorkan xanuunkiisa waxa weriyay Baybalka Yahuudda ee Muslimiintu u taqaano Tawraat. Baybalku wuxu weriyay in boqorkani maskaxada ka xanuunsaday; waxaanu ismooday neef sac ah. Ka dibna inta uu qasrigii boqortooyada ka tegay ayuu duurka galay. Halkaas oo uu sida lo’da geedahu cuno u ahaayeen.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Breakaway Somali Region Proposes Surrogate Pipeline for Ethiopia

  “Why not send natural gas and crude oil from the Ogaden basin to Somaliland’s coast at Berbera?" Jama

- A self-declared republic in Somalia asked Ethiopia to reroute its nascent oil and gas exports via a proposed new pipeline, challenging Djibouti’s long-held plans for a conduit.

The overture from Somaliland comes as Ethiopia begins exploiting an estimated 8 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and test-drilling for oil in its restive east. It’s the latest bid by the Somali territory, which has sought statehood for almost three decades and plans its own crude output, to leverage its strategic location near the Red Sea to attract major foreign infrastructure projects.

Friday, October 26, 2018

Somaliland seeks ties with Kenya in education, agricultural sectors

- Kenya and Somaliland are exploring ways of working together in the education and agricultural sectors to grow their economies. The Horn of Africa nation is also keen to learn from Kenya’s democratic system of governance.

Somaliland Foreign Affairs Minister Saad Shire is in the country for a series of meetings with Kenyan leaders as he pushes for stronger diplomatic ties between the two counties. On Thursday morning, Dr Shire met National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale. The two leaders discussed how the Kenyan and Somaliland parliaments can work together.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Archive: Warqadii "Sirta" Ahayd ee Gen. Max'ed S. Xirsi (Morgan) U Qoray Max'ed Siyaad Bare Ee Lagu Xasuuqayay Isaaqa iyo Sidii Loo Fashiliyay!

"Waraaq Sir ah" - Waa laga yaabaa inaad isweydiiso waxa kallifay in fashilinti war-bixintii Morgan hadda aan uga sheekeeyo, ugana gaabsaday inaansoo bandhigo muddo hore oo ay aad uga xiiso badnaan lahayd! Runtii waxaan jeclaaa inay sidaas ku qarsoonaato oo ka mid noqoto guul ka mid ah guulihii faraha badnaa ee dadka Reer Somaliland soo hooyen ee ann la kala sheegan.

Mar haddiise rag looga qaateen ahi i soo gaadhsiiyeen in siyaasi ka mid ah halgankii kuwii ugu waaweynaa uu guushaas u nisbeeyay nin kale oo aan irbad dun u gelin, waxay anna ila noqotay inaan abaalgud taariikheed u magacdhawo duqeydii ka qayb qaadatay hawlgalkaas annigoo uga mahadnaqaya xilkasnimadii ay ka muujiyeen ilaalinta sirta shicibka Somaliland.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

In the Valley of Death: Somaliland’s Forgotten Genocide

"Thirty years ago, the US-backed Somali government slaughtered an estimated 200,000 people. Now survivors want US help uncovering the crimes." Pulitzers

- On a hot and humid June afternoon, a group of boys wearing FC Barcelona jerseys kicked around a soccer ball in the Malko-Durduro, a dry seasonal river on the outskirts of Hargeisa, the capital of the breakaway territory of Somaliland. At first glance, the flat, red earth of the riverbed made for a typical improvised pitch in this arid region. But recent heavy rains had exposed what had earned the area the moniker “the Valley of Death.” Around them, human bones protruded from the ground. But these kids had grown up playing soccer surrounded by skeletal remains; they hardly noticed them.

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Why are young Somali men being targeted in London?

- AT LEAST 12 young men of Somali descent have died in knife attacks in London in the last year. It’s an alarming statistic that’s sent shockwaves through the Somali community in the capital. 

Now, some families are considering sending their children away for their safety. London resident Fowzia Ahmed, whose son was stabbed to death said: “It was an evil incident, and sealed the fate of my son.

“It was Tuesday; he came down from upstairs around 3pm. I told him to eat lunch I’d cooked. He didn’t eat the rice, he ate cereal.

Friday, October 19, 2018

DP World Sees Key Role for Once-Isolated State in Port Strategy

- The Red Sea state of Eritrea may play a key role in DP World Ltd.’s plans in the Horn of Africa, where a dozen ports could be needed to service the region, Chief Executive Officer Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem said.

The Dubai-based state-controlled harbor operator is evaluating its strategy in the region after having its stake in a port in Djibouti -- the main trade route for Ethiopia, Africa’s fastest-growing economy -- nationalized by the government. Developing more ports in the Horn, including one it’s already building at Berbera in the self-declared republic of Somaliland, will help boost trade flows to Dubai, Bin Sulayem said in an interview.
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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Somaliland's world-leading move towards a cashless culture

- Abdul Rashid has sold sweet Somali tea on the muddy streets of Hargeisa for decades. As night falls in the capital of breakaway Somaliland and worshipers flood out of the mosque, a handful congregate around his rickety table. While he pours from a flask into paper cups, buyers type a string of numbers into mobile phones, take their tea and go on their way. A cup of Mr Rashid’s tea costs 2,000 Somaliland shillings – equivalent to $0.25 or Dh0.92 – and his customers pay almost exclusively with their mobile phones. “I never see cash,” he tells The National

Mr Rashid is not alone. Across Somaliland – which declared independence from Somalia in 1991 but is yet to gain recognition from the international community – people are turning away from cash and embracing mobile money. This makes the region, with its tiny livestock-dependent economy, a candidate for the world’s first cashless society.
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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Investors keen to grow mobile money in Somaliland

- On the dusty streets of Somaliland’s capital Hargeisa, Mohammed Ahmed Ismail is arranging paper money in his tidy, waiting for clients who wish to exchange foreign currency.

Ismail has more than five years experience in the trade. Together with his colleagues, they stack notes in wheelbarrows and move around looking for clients who want to exchange foreign currency for Somaliland shilling.

But lately, there clientele has been waning and the business losing lustre. Reason? Technology.

Saturday, October 13, 2018

DP World investment boosts Somaliland's push for sovereignty

- DP World's $442 million expansion of Berbera port in Somaliland will put the breakaway state on the path to formal independence from Somalia, its president has said. The Horn of Africa state declared independence in 1991, when Somali president Mohamed Siad Barre fell and Somalia erupted into chaos. But in the intervening years, its campaign for international recognition has fallen on deaf ears. Today, Somaliland has many of the attributes of a sovereign state, including its own military and police forces, a functioning government and institutions and its own currency, the Somaliland shilling.Yet Somalia still claims ownership over the territory, although its tangible influence there is minimal. 

“Somalia cannot interfere in our affairs,” Somaliland President Muse Behi Abdi told The National. “Mogadishu has no control over our country.”
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Friday, October 12, 2018

Somaliland govt challenged to source internal ways of generating income

, HARGEISA, Somaliland, Oct 12 – The two-day International conference on Somaliland came to a close in Hargeisa with challenge to the government to source internal ways of generating income as it continues to push for international recognition.

Remittances were identified as one of the main sources of income to the people with the government tax collection way below its requirements. The government was also challenged not only to take pride in the peace and tranquility in the country but also to use the same to attract investors and tourists to the country.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

M/Wayne Muuse Biixi; "Qudbadii Sexeexa DP-World-Berbera Port

DP World launches $442m port expansion in Somaliland

 "The port operator is counting on Berbera to make up for loss of Djibouti".

- DP World has launched the first stage of its Berbera port expansion, designed to equip the Somaliland port for major vessels and transform it into one of Africa’s pre-eminent facilities in the breakaway region. A ground breaking ceremony with Somaliland’s vice president, Abdirahman Saylici and DP World executives took place in the small coastal town at the tip of the Horn of Africa on Wednesday.

“Our aim is to make this an important regional hub for the maritime industry in the Horn of Africa,” DP World Chairman and CEO, Sultan bin Sulayem said at the official signing on Thursday.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Somaliland pushes for recognition as an independent state

, HARGEISA, Somaliland, Oct 10 – Somaliland continues to push for its recognition internationally as it held an international forum in the capital Hergeisa on Wednesday.

President Muse Behi Abdi said time is ripe for the international community to recognise and appreciate the role Somaliland is playing in the region. Our people spoke loudly and with one voice when they voted in the referendum to have an independent state,” the president said referring to the Somaliland’s decision to part ways with the war-torn Somalia. “We cannot continue living in isolation from the rest of the world. We also have rights that need to be recognised at the international level,” he added.

The Somaliland President's Speech.

Distinguished Guest, Ladies and Gentlemen;

- It is a great honor for me to address the participants of this important conference on “Somaliland Achievements and Challenges ahead 27 years later”. Particularly, I would like to express our appreciation to Somaliland friends who traveled from far to attend this important meeting. 
The Government and the people of Somaliland are fully aware of the important role that Somaliland friends play in strengthening the relationship between Somaliland and the International community, and their tireless effort to help Somaliland achieve its development objectives and international recognition.

"Saaxiibad-da" Somaliland Oo Maanta Uu Shir Uga Furmayo Hargeysa

-BBC-Somali: Magaalada Hargeysa ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland, waxaa saaka ka furmaya shirweyne lagu magacaabay "shirweynaha saaxiibada Somaliland ee caalamka". Shirkan oo ah kii ugu horreeyay ee noociisa ah oo ay soo qabanqaabisay wasaaradda arimaha dibedda ee Somaliland waxa ka qayb gelaya in ka badan 50 ergay oo ka kala yimid qaaradaha Adduunka.

Dr Maxamed Cismaan Fadal oo ah agaasimaha mac-hadka cilmi baadhista arimaha bulshada iyo horumarka {SORADI} ee xaruntiisu tahay Hargeysa, kana qab gelaya shirka ayaa weriyaha BBC ee Hargeysa Axmed Saciid Cige uga warramay waxa shirka lagaga hadlayo.

Hoosta guji oo dhagayso; 

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Maxamed Mooge: Gabaygii Qaasim Ee "Macaan iyo Qadhaadh

Marwo Edna Adan miyay Gaboowday Toloow mise, Qadiyadii J. Somaliland ayaa God dheer ku dhacday???

- Xalay (07/10/18) waxan dhagaystay waraysi dhinacyo-badan taabanayay oo ay VOA-Somali la yeelatay Marwo Edna Adan. Waraysigaas oo ay qaaday Sahra Ciidle Nuur, waxa ugu xalad badnaa qaybta ku saabsan "wada-hadalka J.Somaliland Vs Somalia." Wariyuhu (Sahra Ciidle) waxa ay su'aalo dhawr ah oo la xidhiidha wada-hadalka u dhaxeeya J.Somaliland iyo Somalia waydiisay Marwo Edna Adan oo ah wakiilka u-qaabilsan J.Somaliland wada-hadalka lala yeelanayo Somalia.

Hadaba, qaar ka mid ah jawaabihii ay Edna Adan ka bixisay su'aalahaasi ayaa noqday kuwo aad ugu duwan kuwii looga bartay Marwo Edna Adan. Bal Akhristoow waraysigan (youtube) hoosta aan ku soo lifaaqay dhagayso, oo markaana ka jawaab su'aasha ah; "Marwo Edna Adan miyay Gabowday Toloow mise, Qadiyadii J. Somaliland ayaa god dheer ku dhacday???

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