somalia

  • There will come a day when everyone stands in front of justice

    Original Article was posted here   Abdullahi’s  story is quite remarkable. As the head of the media in Ogaden, Ethiopia, he had insight into a region that is closed to all other media. Working for the region’s President, he found out about horrible crimes against human rights. He risked...
  • The Never-Ending Refugee Camp

    By now, most people have heard of Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, which houses tens of thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing the war at home. There is, however, a refugee settlement in the world that is even bigger, and more a city than a camp. Its population size resembles...
  • A Space for Somalia’s Girls and Women

    Galkayo Education Center for Development Program (GECDP) established in 1999, has emerged as an instrumental Education, Peace building and Women’s rights center. A re-known and standard Civic Society organization in Puntland State of Somalia, is known for its strife for girl’s education and women’s rights in general. It has...
  • A Good Solution for Kenya

    There are over a half a million refugees in Kenya, trapped in protracted refugee situations with few opportunities for self-reliance. In Dadaab refugee camp, some Somali refugees have stayed for as long as 25 years. Their prolonged stay is not in any way illegal but it should be a...
  • letter to my country - kenya - we need young generation

    Dear Kenya

    Dear Kenya, my friends and family know I have been one of your biggest advocates and ambassadors. I love you. You are mine and I am yours. I chose to leave the bright lights of the west to come home and use my craft towards building our vision of...
  • humanitarian workers

    We Are not Immune

    What are the consequences of the increase of the deaths of journalists and humanitarian workers in unstable environments to international aid and policies? We are not immune. With World Humanitarian day happening just two days ago, the recent kidnapping of two Italian girls in Syria and the very sad...
  • The Women of my Family- Stories from Dadaab

    My Sister and Mother Maryan, now a little girl, was very distressed. She could discern that her mother was sick, her father blind. Sometimes she would sit in the sun, crying. This however did not change anything. She started to help in cooking, and keeping the home. My mother...
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