Is Climate Change Hampering Peacebuilding in Somalia?
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute say three decades of conflict - coupled with increasingly severe droughts - are posing serious challenges to the United Nations Assistance Mission in the country.
Floods in Somalia (file photo).
AU Special Envoy Bineta Diop Advocates for More Women Participation in the Somali Peace Process
Dalsan Radio, 24 October 2019
- The African Union Special Envoy on Women, Peace, and Security, Ms. Bineta Diop, wants women in Somalia to increasingly play an active role in ongoing efforts to restore peace and… Read more »
Climate Change Poses Serious Challenges to Current and Future Peace-Building Efforts in Somalia - Report
Dalsan Radio, 23 October 2019
Climate change poses serious challenges to current and future peacebuilding efforts and can amplify conflicts, according to a report on years of devastating violence and drought in… Read more »
Over 300,000 Displaced By Drought and Conflict so Far This Year
Dalsan Radio, 22 October 2019
Over 300,000 people have been displaced due to drought and conflict so far this year. The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) said insecurity is making it virtually impossible for… Read more »
Floods Displace 72,000 in Central Somalia - UN
Shabelle, 22 October 2019
At least 72,000 people have been displaced by flooding in Belet Weyne town and other surrounding villages in central Somalia as Shabelle River levels continue to rise, the UN… Read more »
At least seven people have been wounded in a mortar attack by militant group Al-Shabaab that targeted the compound of a UN and AU mission in Mogadishu. Read more »
The man identified as Abdullahi Banati, a Somali Galjeel, is said to have led a team of Al-Shabaab militia who planted the explosive device that killed officers on patrol along the ... Read more »