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When Aid Works: Babies Pulled from Malnutrition in Somaliland

Last week, I traveled to Somaliland with the humanitarian organization World Vision – where I am currently on a short-term contract.

These are some of the women and children I met.  548 more words


UNPO Organizes A Successful Football Cup For Unrepresented Nations

Eight teams competed for the UNPO Cup in a peaceful and joyful, yet competitive atmosphere. 778 more words

About Somaliland


One of our guards and his overly large gun.

My dusty paperweights! (a.k.a. laptops needing to be sorted into unsalvageable and salvageable.)


Millions Around The World Are Still Threatened with Starvation

In South Sudan, another region with a major hunger catastrophe, the root cause is fighting between government troops and opposition rebels. Here, a rebel fighter walks near his base in Thonyor. 443 more words


Somaliland Calls For Talks With Somalia

Somaliland wants to reopen talks with the newly elected government of Somalia on security, economic cooperation and development, according to country’s foreign minister. 541 more words


Boqortooyadda Sucuudiga Oo Fasaxaysa Baasaaboorka Somaliland In Lagu Tago Xajka

Hargeysa, Somaliland June 18, 2017 (Saxafi) – Wararka ka imanaya dalka boqortoyadda Sucuudi Arabiya ayaa sheegaya in baasaaboorka Somaliland ay ogolaadeen in lagu taggi karro waddamada Sucuudiga iyo Isu-taga Imaaraadka Carabta UAE. 194 more words


The consequences of non-recognition

Somaliland declared itself a state 26 years ago and has been functioning relatively well since then. Unfortunately, no one has recognized it as a country and still pretends it is part of the state of Somalia, which in itself is also mostly a pretense. 43 more words