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Monday March 09, 2020 - 13:44:30 in Wararka by Mogadishu Times
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    What's new in Somalia? Read the SSF newsletter!

    We are delighted... ...to share with the remarkable stories of Somaliwomenin leadership and business. From all the corners ofSomalia, women have beenidentifiedas a strong pillar in the process of recovery, state and peace building as well as stabili

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We are delighted... ...to share with the remarkable stories of Somaliwomenin leadership and business. From all the corners ofSomalia, women have beenidentifiedas a strong pillar in the process of recovery, state and peace building as well as stability in the nation.In this quarter's

Gender Equality and Social Inclusion: celebrating International Women's Day

Let's see what has been happening in Somalia

Celebrating Somali Women in business - Meet Hibaq Noor Salad a mobile repair technician from Adaado

"Was inspired to start my business and learn these skills becauseIdidn't know any woman in this sector..." Hibaq was selected to train as a mobile repair technician through a programme managed by Mercy Corps and supported by the Somalia Stability Fund. 52 Young men and women were trained on various vocational skills that were in high demand in in Galmudug state.

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Doofo Mohamed Hussein a trainee electricianin Adaado district of Galmudug state of Somalia

Meet Doofa Mohamed Hussein who is the only female electrical trainee in Adaado district. Doofa was selected among other 52 trainee to join a programme managed by Mercy Corps. 52 Other young men and women were alsotrained on various vocational skills that were in high demand in Galmudug state.

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Galmudug Shadow Parliament: aplatform for youth and women

Meet some of the 80 women who are part of a platform in Galmudug that provides a space for a women and youth tp discuss issues relevant to women and youth and to build capacity women political aspirants.

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Celebrating Somali women in leadership and business

"WhenI was appointed as a minister, I felt proud. It was an opportunity tochange policy. working with local civil society organisations we established the South West Women's Network, creating a united front for women to take part in the state building process"Faiza Sharif Nuur, the Minister for Women, Family Affairs and Human Rights in South West State of Somalia.
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Community policing and improved policecapacity increases community trust andengagement in Puntland

In 2018 CaptainMohamud Mohamed Abdirahman was called up to lead the Nugaal Community Police Programme. Like many of his Colleagues, this was his firstexperience of using a community policing approach. The programme is being implemented across Puntland by the Office of Puntland Human rights Defenders, (OPHRD), to address communitydistrust in local police, community insecurity and to prevent human rights violation at police stations.



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