Entries by Mahad Wasuge

My visit to Galdogob

Galdogob is one of the districts of Mudug region. It is about sixty kilometers (60 km) west of Gaalkacyo town, the capital city of Mudug and is 12 Kilometers from the Ethiopian border. Though I was there for short 24 hours, I was however impressed with the progress and peace of Galdogob. The city has […]

Civics: the missing link of Somali education system

Civics is the study of the great theoretical and practical aspects of citizenship, its rights and duties; the duties of citizens to each other as members of a political body and to the government. It includes the study of civil law and civil code, and the study of government with attention to the role of […]

Five things that attracted me in Baidoa

It was my first time to travel to Baidoa. The days were limited, and here are five things I observed from Baidoa. 1. Solar water system It was my first time seeing a Solar-Powered water system. It is a “Waqf” well given by Shati Gadud before his death. After his death, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) […]

Marine Science: an important but ignored science in Somalia

Somalia has many resource endowments. The most notable resources are the large fertile land, the livestock and the marine resources. Research shows that according to our migration from the rural to the urban, the number of livestock dropped. The agricultural production is also too weak. In addition, we do not know how to make use […]

JAM: DHAQAN XUN OO JIBINAYA DHAQAMADEENII MUHIIMKA AHAA

Dhanka Islaamka, guurku waa heshiis udhexeya nin iyo waliga haweeneyda, kaas oo uguuriya haweeneyda marka ay u wakiilato. Caruuska waa in uu ku waafaqaa haweeneyda inta ay sheegato in lagu mehriyo. Meherka sidaas u dhaca waxa loo yaqaanaa meher diiniyan ansax ah, waxana ka dhalanaaya xuquuq iyo waajibaad ay isku yeelanayaan labada lamaane ee is […]

Fresh graduates’ unemployment in Mogadishu

Unemployment refers to a situation where people are capable and willing to work at the going wage rates but cannot secure jobs. The numbers of people with the capacity and willing to work but not secure jobs were increasing recently in Mogadishu. Although there is no exact statistics, the rate of unemployed graduates is very […]