Helitaanka Warqadaha Aqoonsiga ee Dowladda 

Inta badan ka qeybgalayaasha oo ahaa dhallinyaro, waxa ay horay dhibaatooyin kala kulmeen helaanka adeegyadan aasaasiga ah ee dowladda. Waxa ay dadka kale la wadaageen dhacdooyinkii xanuunka badnaa ee ay kala kulmeen xafiisyada dowladda ee bixiya adeegyadan, dhibaatooyinka jira ee u muuqday waxa ayna soo jeediyeen xalal macquul noqon kara si arrintan wax looga qabto.

Accessing Government Identification Documents in Mogadishu

The vast majority of the participants, who were youth, had experienced difficulties accessing these basic government services. They shared the harsh experiences they had with the government offices that provide these services, what they thought the problems were and suggested some possible solutions.

Urban Mobility Complexities in Mogadishu

Several factors contribute to the challenges of human and traffic mobility in Mogadishu. These include, inter alia, a lack of services and entertainment centers in the peripheral districts; a lack of traffic rules and regulations, and youth unemployment.

Youth Employability: Is the Quality Deficit of Higher Education Contributing to Youth Unemployment in Mogadishu?

Somalia has one of the youngest populations in the world. It is estimated that around 70% of the country’s population is under the age of 30. Nonetheless, 41% and 35% of young people between the ages of 15–19 and 20–24, respectively, are job seekers. While about half of the young population under the age of 30 is unemployed and actively looking for jobs, their families, meanwhile, have high expectations for them since they are university graduates and have been studying for years.

Decentralization of Essential Public Health Services to the Benadir Regional Administration: Status, Achievements and Challenges

Somalia’s health status indicators have long remained at the bottom of the table of lower-income countries. This situation even predated the collapse of the central government in January 1991 and the subsequent civil war. Some of the health problems that exacerbate the weakness of the country’s degraded healthcare system include a weak economy, frequent droughts and famines, and poverty.