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Medical Supplies Shipped from Sussex to Somaliland

On 8 September a container full of hospital equipment, children's clothes, baby equipment, and toys was loaded, to be delivered to the Edna Adan Hospital in Hargeisa, along with books for the new library in Hargeisa. The container should arrive in Berbera in late September. The story was picked up by BBC News, as can be seen in the video below.

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Somaliland Mission to the UK Celebrates Edna Adan’s 80th Birthday

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Somaliland Mission to the UK Celebrates Edna Adan’s 80th Birthday

London, 8 September 2017 - The Somaliland Mission to the UK congratulates Edna Adan as she reaches the milestone of her 80th birthday today.

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Le alleanze del Somaliland spiegate da Ayan Mahamoud

below is the text of an article in Mangiatori di Cervello from 27 June 2017.

 

Su una qualsiasi mappa geografica abbastanza dettagliata, il Somaliland compare come parte della Somalia. È però un dato di fatto che esso rivendichi da quasi 30 anni la propria indipendenza da Mogadiscio, essendosene distaccata fin dallo scoppio della guerra civile nel 1991. Questo Stato non riconosciuto da nessuno corrisponde all’ex Somalia britannica, unitasi nel 1960 alla parte che fu invece colonia italiana, e da anni sta tentando di essere riconosciuto a livello internazionale attraverso reti diplomatiche.

Ayan Mahamoud, capo della delegazione del Somaliland nel Regno Unito e nel Commonwealth (Credits: Facebook)

Ayan Mahamoud, capo della delegazione del Somaliland nel Regno Unito e nel Commonwealth (Credits: Facebook)

 

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Somalilanders Look Forward to the Republic’s Third National Presidential Election

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Somalilanders Look Forward to the Republic’s Third National Presidential Election


5 September 2017, London –

With just over two months until the Republic of Somaliland’s sixth nationwide election, British-Somalilanders across the UK are preparing to support the democratic process in their second home country. The presidential election, scheduled for 13 November 2017, will be the country’s third, after those that took place in 2010 and 2003. Other popular elections have included those of the Somaliland House of Representatives in 2005 and two nationwide local elections held in 2002 and 2012.

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Somaliland's plea: 'Don't wait for people to die'

below is the text of an article on the ITV News website from 10 March 2017.

 

As she watches her home Somaliland stand on the brink of famine, a senior official has put out an emotional plea to the world to "not wait until people die."

With more than one and a half million people facing the prospect of starving to death, Ayan Mahamoud says it is "already too late - but every day counts, every hour counts".

Speaking to ITV News, Ms Mahamoud broke down in tears recalling how nomad communities have "lost all their animals".

 

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