My name is Warsame Abdulaziz Mohamud. I have obtained a bachelor degree in Business Administration and Management from Plasma University in Somalia. For the past one-year I have spent doing a work experience internship at the Somali Agriculture technical group (SATG) based in Mogadishu, Somalia. During my internship period, I have contributed to many activities and participated in different events. The main activities include assisting the logistic department with daily operations such as, ordering, procurement of goods and controlling the received materials. I have also assisted the Admin and Finance departments with different activities like checking of files and documents and the documentation of events. In addition, I have been trained by SATG as a photographer on taking photos and videos both with hand operated and Drone carried camera. I have also participated in a survey on investigating business investment opportunities in sesame processing sector; I worked as an enumerator for collecting data from sesame oil mills and other actors.  I have also done data entering activities.
Moreover, I have attended many trainings and workshops, including Agricultural Cooperative Management Training Program which covered both Good Agriculture Practice (GAP) courses and cooperative management practices such as; cooperative formation, governance, structure, leadership, budgeting, strategic and basic business planning, all these to help the Somali cooperatives improve their production practices and management systems.
I am quite confident that the experience and skills I have learnt in the one-year course will be important asset in my future endeavour and life in general. Warsame Abdulaziz Mohamud

During the period I have been with SATG I have got the chance to experience different field of work than what I have studied and I have learned and gained new knowledge. In this regard, let me take the opportunity to thank the leadership and the staff of SATG for providing me the opportunity to work and experience in a professional organization like theirs. I am quite confident that the experience and skills I have learnt in the one-year course will be important asset in my future endeavour and life in general. I wish SATG all the success to keep up the good work that you are doing for the Somali people. THANK YOU!