Saturday, December 3, 2022

Here’s Why Reading Self-Help Books May Make You Feel Worse

When you feel down, turning to self-help books might seem like a good solution. But new research suggests it probably won't leave you feeling...

Meet The Woman Fighting To Save Endangered Cheetahs From Extinction

Before the pandemic, TODAY senior international correspondent Keir Simmons traveled to Somaliland in the Horn of Africa to meet Laurie Marker, who has dedicated...

Somalia: World Bank Approves $40 Million To Support Desert Locust Response

PRESS RELEASE The World Bank Board of Directors today approved a $40 million International Development Assistance (IDA) grant for Somalia as part of the Emergency...

Somaliland: USAID’s Environmental Activism Must Be More Than Hot Air

Two months ago, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) administrator Samantha Power jetted off to the UN climate summit in Glasgow to speak about...

Lac Assal: The Djibouti Lake Posing as Paradise

From a distance, Lac Assal may look like tropical waters fringed with powdery white sand. Up close, it’s an inhospitable alien landscape. An illusory paradise At...

Water crisis grips Cape Town, South Africa, after drought stretching years

Buckets of gray water are scattered around Sitaara Stodel’s apartment: in the kitchen, in the bathroom, in the hallways and in her laundry room. She...

$1m for Qardho, Nil to Bardhere Puts FGS’ Motive to Question

Ongoing flash floods in the agricultural town of Bardhere in Gedo region have displaced hundreds of families and destroyed farmlands but the Federal Government...

UN: Hunger Rises in Somalia as Floods Loom

The number of Somalis who are hungry has risen in the past six months, the United  Nations said on Monday, predicting a further spike...

Somaliland: Dahabshiil Group a key sponsor of Hargeisa Somali renewable energy Forum

As stakeholders focusing on advancing renewable energy in the Somali peninsula are gathering for a four-day forum in Hargeisa from Saturday 20th to Tuesday...

The lengths we go to to feed our families: Akash’s story

The photo journalist GMB Akash has moved many people around the world with a touching Facebook post. It tells the story of a poor man who...