Somaliland’s Ambitious Plan to Improve Education in Rural Areas – International Day of Education

As the world marks the third International Day of Education, the Somaliland government announced the construction of 31 new schools in the rural areas of the country. The government through the ministry of Education and Science has set aside US Dollars 1.1 million for the project consisting of between 2-4 classrooms, that is, targeting to reach […]

Somaliland to Strengthen Ties with UK

The Somaliland government will continue to work closer with the British government to ensure Peace and security in the Horn of Africa and social development of its people. Somaliland President said as he bade farewell to the outgoing British Ambassador  Ben Fender that his country will continue to maintain its democratic ideals ahead of the […]

Kenya Seeking Stronger Trade Ties With Somaliland

Kenya is keen to enhance and broaden trade in goods and services, as well as an investment as the cornerstone for long-term development cooperation with Somaliland. A statement from State House Nairobi after a meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Somaliland guest President Musa Bihi stated that Kenya is seeking stronger relations between the two […]

Strong Legal Backing for Somaliland’s Push for International Recognition

By  Mohamed A. Mohamoud – Barawani The push by Somaliland for international recognition and reinstatement of its sovereignty since 1991 has had strong legal backing despite the international community disinclined. History has broadly depicted enough evidence that Somaliland’s political case is neither new to African political history nor has it threatened regional peace, security, and […]