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By Goth Mohamed Goth A Well attended graduation ceremony was held on Wednesday for the 14th batch Admas University students at the Mansoor Hotel in Hargeisa. Dr. Mula Sagai, the Vice Chancellor of Admas University's main campus in Addis Abba, Ethiopia,...
The director of the Ethiopian Land Bank and Development Corporation (LBDC) Lensa Mekonnen held a meeting with the Deputy Ambassador of the Republic of Somaliland to Ethiopia Amb. Mr. Barkhad Kaariye on how the deal will be implemented in...
Unlocking the potential of Africa’s hidden nation Somaliland: Is building a National Oil Company the correct way to harness this potentially game-changing untapped hydrocarbon resources?  Preface Africa, a vast continent home to the world’s second-largest population, is now seeing much...
The National Economic Forum Conference 2022 which lasted for three days in Hargeisa, attended by more than 300 government officials, businessmen, various international and local organizations, educationists, diverse experts and economists issued a statement containing a twenty-point resolution. The Economic...
The Government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Youth and Culture, in collaboration with the YouthConnekt Africa Hub, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and other partners is pleased to announce that the 5th edition of the YouthConnekt Africa...
Ismail Ahmed is the founder and chairman of WorldRemit, a leader in the international digital money remittance market. Ismail started the business in 2010. It has since received more than $375 million in the capital, supported by Accel, TCV, and LeapFrog,...
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Dahabshiil CEO, Mr. Abdirashid  Duale and participants of Dahabshiil Diaspora Conference sharing Ideas-Pic An International Organisation for Migration (IOM) study in 2021 revealed 67% of Somalis receiving money from relatives abroad are unemployed. In Summary •Members of the diaspora community send approximately...
Diaspora remittances are a lifeline for many in the horn of Africa which is grappling with an economic crisis occasioned by the Covid-19 pandemic, drought, and locust invasion. Every year, members of the diaspora community send approximately $1.3 billion (Sh150...
Dubai-based port operator DP World and the Government of Somaliland, opened a container terminal at Berbera Port in June 2021. Photo by ED RAM/AFP via Getty Images By May Darwich & Jutta Bakonyi Berbera port is the main overseas trade gateway...