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Obstetrics & Gynaecology Group Update - November 2015

It’s been a great start to the academic year with the clinical reasoning programme underway. Across the board, attendance has been exemplary and busier than ever. 214 more words

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Mental Health Group Update - November 2015

We have held the undergraduate mental health teaching in Boroma and Hargeisa. This was supported by 4 UK based psychiatrists and the mental health reps and others in Somaliland. 54 more words

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Health Professionals' Education Group Update - November 2015

The education group has been active over the last few weeks. We made proposals to pilot a look at Medicine Africa transcripts to with a peer observation tool similar to peer observation of face to face teaching. 85 more words

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Come with me to Hargeisa (Bye Bye Dubai)

Its AmbivalentAmbivert a.k.a Fatha and I have my second video up. It’s been a month I know but uni called and they had coursework deadlines but I am going to be posting today and TUESDAY! 40 more words

The Month in Mines, September 2015

The brotherhood of mine-free countries has now increased by one: Mozambique.  In September, after two decades of work, the last of Mozambique’s 171,000 landmines has been cleared from what was once thought of as one of the five most mine-affected countries (along with Egypt, Cambodia, Angola and Afghanistan).  988 more words


Economist 11/3/15

  1. SOMALILAND, a slim slice of Somali-inhabited territory on the southern shore of the Gulf of Aden, ticks almost all the boxes of statehood. It has its own currency, a reasonably effective bureaucracy and a trained army and police force.
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