Sunday, May 29, 2022

Kenya-Somaliland Partner on Postal Services

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The Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Somaliland Postal Services. The MoU seeks to explore cooperation in...

IMF to Support Somalia Budget Until Fall

The International Monetary Fund has prolonged support for Somalia under its Extended Credit Facility to Aug. 17, giving itself time to consult with an incoming government, the lender said on...

Dahabshiil Wins Global Good Governance Awards

Africa’s largest money transfer company, Dahabshiil has been awarded two Global Good Governance Awards for the category of “Best Services to Diaspora and Excellence in...

Djibouti seeks binding agreement with Ethiopia to connect railway with port

Ethiopia’s attempts to use the Ethio-Djibouti railway for fuel transport faces setbacks Authorities in Djibouti want Ethiopia to sign a binding agreement to use their...

Somaliland: Herders Say They Die With Their Herds in Droughts

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‘If our animals survive, we do.’ Somaliland grapples with drought. The downpour was too little, too late. After weeks of drought, the single night of rain...

Ethiopia: A Decline to Khat Revenue

Contraband, customs bureaucracy, the excise tax on khat trade, & poor monitoring are identified as major causes for the decline. Khat export was not satisfactory...

Somaliland: Taiwan Government, 2 NGOs Contribute US$550 000 Cash, Materials to the Waaheen Fire...

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Taiwan Representative in the Hargeisa, Republic of Somaliland, Office Press Statement On behalf of the Taiwan Government and two Taiwan’s NGOs, Ambassador Allen LOU of...

Somaliland VP Returns US$6.7 Million to Traders Who Lost in the Waaheen Market Fire

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His Excellency the Vice President of the Republic of Somaliland, Abdirahman Abdullahi ismail 'Zeyli'i', apportioned US$ 6,766,418 to traders made destitute by the Waaheen...

Somaliland Fire Victims to Get US$500K Help from Taiwan

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Taiwan's government has pledged to donate US$500,000 to the self-declared state of Somaliland to help the victims of a massive fire at its biggest...

‘It’s All Gone’: The Women Left Bereft When Somaliland’s Largest Market Burned Down

Once a bustling place, Waheen is now a smouldering ruin and despite government promises stallholders say little is being done for them Once a vibrant...