Tuesday, April 23, 2019

MANUSCRIPTS REVEAL HORN OF AFRICA’S ISLAMIC HISTORY

Researchers have identified and analyzed more than 2,000 Islamic manuscripts in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, and Somalia. Traditionally, scholars in Islamic studies have not associated the...

Georgetown Graduate Inspires Next Generation of Leaders in Somaliland

With the power to decide a student’s future, college admissions exams are one of the most stressful hurdles on the path to higher education....

Child genius dubbed ‘the human calculator’ becomes a university’s youngest employee teaching adults maths...

He may be younger than their children but one of Britain’s brainiest children, a Muslim, has been hired by a University to help adults...
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India’s 18-year-old blindfolded wonder who uses midbrain activation (Video)

Riding a two-wheeler, reading a book upside down, playing chess and passing thread through a needle....18-year-old Jeet Trivedi can do blindfolded what you cannot...

Somaliland: 1500 to begin registration for National Service

According to an announce the Director of the National Service program, Mohamed Hussein ‘ Mu’addin’ made public, Wednesday, 1500 university graduates will begin registering...

Somaliland: Ministry of Education releases scholarship appropriation among regions

The government of Somaliland, through its ministry of education, released how it divided 300 scholarship positions which the government of Ethiopia granted Somalia to...

The World Bank Just Released the First Human Capital Index.

Today the Washington, D.C.-based World Bank released a global ranking it calls the Human Capital Index, which seeks to measure how well governments enable...

Somaliland: School enrollment on the up and up!

The Somaliland Ministry of education, jointly with education partners including the European Union and the Global Partnership for Education, conducted the annual Joint Review...

A ‘Love Letter’ to Columbia from Fahima Ali of Somaliland

I started speaking English seven years ago, and the fact that I am in classes with the most intelligent people in the world is...

Mary Maker: Why I fight for education of girls like me

After fleeing war-torn South Sudan as a child, Mary Maker found security and hope in the school at Kenya's Kakuma Refugee Camp. Now a...

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General Khalifa Haftar is a former Gathafi loyalist turned CIA-backed enemy who in the past year became Libya’s most prominent “rogue general” and is...

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