This is a paper presented at the 14th Session of UNHCR’s Panel Discussion on Toxic Wastes on 8th June 2010. It was presented by Dr. Bashir Mohamed Hussein of SOMACENT Development Research Foundation. The Evidence of Toxic and Radioactive Wastes Dumping in Somalia and its Impact on The Enjoyment of Human Ri…...Read More
Dr. Hussein Haji gave this presentation on behalf of SATG at the Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa conference in Washington, DC. State of the Agriculture in Somalia and Possible Future Intervention...Read More
From IRIN Africa: NAIROBI, 2 February 2010 (IRIN) – Somalia has one of the highest levels of malnutrition in the world, with up to 240,000 children under five affected, according to an early warning report published on 1 February by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit for Somalia (FAO/FSNAU) and FEWSNET. The report comes as Mogadishu residents say the humanitarian situation has deteriorated. “I honestly cannot remember when things have been so bad; it is as if all the negative things are coming together at one time,” civil society activist Asha Sha’ur said. “If the situation – both security and humanitarian – does not improve soon, we will be looking at a far worse situation than Somalia has ever faced.” Read the full...Read More
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