Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Challenges and Opportunities of Federalism in Mogadishu, Somalia

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The  term  federalism  is  originates from  the  Latin  word foedus,  which  refersto  the  fact  that  such  a covenant  is  usually  the  starting  point  for  the  merger  of  two or more  political  entities.  While  modern federation originated in 1787 in the United States (which is often accepted as the first federal system) federalism  has  a  much  more  ancient  history.  The  first  documented  federal  system  was  that of  the ancient  Israelite  tribes  that  came  into  being  in  the  thirteenth  century  before  the  Common  Era  or  over 3200 years ago. (Daniel J. Elazar, 2001).

 

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Clan Democracy in Somaliland Prospects and Challenges

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Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Communities Perception of Electronic Banking in Somaliland

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The  advancement  of  telecommunication,  increased  competition,  and  globalization  have led to changes in banking services and financial services. The emergence of electronic banking is one of these major  changes (Madulu, 2014).
It facilitates the use of mobile devices,  computers, ATMs  and  other  aspects  of  technology  to  allow  money  transfer.  In support  of  this,  companies have  come  up  with  systems  that  facilitate  electronic  banking.

Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
Modified Date Monday, 06 March 2017

Comparing Employment Opportunities for Graduates of Vocational Courses with Graduates of Degree Courses

altThis   paper   is   aimed   at   investigating   the   challenges   that   young   people   face   finding employment  after  graduation.  The  focus  is  on  a  small  sample  of  students  in Garowe, Puntland,  a  city  of  500,000  people.  Since  they  were  in school,  students  have  been  told  that university is the gateway to a better life which has instilled in a young generation much hope and expectation. However,  with  the  increasing unemployment  rate  it  is  getting  more  and more difficult to step on to the career ladder.

Created Date Monday, 13 February 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Decentralization and Service Delivery in Hargeisa: A case study of Mahmoud Haybe District in Hargeisa City

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Decentralization policy has promise for improving the delivery of public services, but simply adopting decentralization as a policy does not change a situation.
Decentralization,  defined  as  the  transfer  of authority  from  central  to  local  governments  to  perform  certain  duties,  is  seen  as  one  of the constitutional  rights to  increase  service  delivery.  Decentralization  in  Somaliland  began  in  2002 when the national constitution mandated the government to decentralize the system of governance, with the aim of promoting service delivery and enhancing local participation.

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Education System in the Doomeey Internally Displaced Camp in Beletweyne: Challenges & Opportunities

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Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
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Federalism for Somalia: Internal and external challenges

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The  general  objective  of  this  paper  is  to  identify  federalism’s internal  and  external  challenges in Somalia after transitional government, and also its applicability in Somalia.

Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

How Khat Impacts Negatively upon Families in Hargeisa

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This study presents a brief review of Khat and the associated effects of Khat use and misuse on families physically,  psychologically, and financially  including  how it  plays a  critical  role  in broken marriages particularly in Hargeisa. Almost all of the Somali women are victim of Khat. The author of this paper is a Somali single mother who was curious to understand the effects of Khat on families  that  live  in  Hargeisa.

Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
Modified Date Monday, 06 March 2017

Improving Technical and Vocational oriented education within Somaliland

altThis research  study considers ways  to  improve  the  lack  of  technical  and  vocational  education (TVE) programs available to young adults and professionals within Somaliland. It highlights the gaps  and  failings  that  exist  within this  program  and  addresses  the  disconnection  that  exists between the technical and vocational training institutes and employers.

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Influence of Social Media on Secondary School Students in Garowe

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Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017

Internal Displacement

Created Date Monday, 13 February 2017
Modified Date Monday, 06 March 2017

Littering Behaviour and Waste Management

altThis  study  will  focus  on  littering behaviour  and  how  to  manage  it  internally. The  period  of time  over  which  this  research  will  be  conducted  is  May - September,  2016.  The  target geographical area is Hargeisa ,specifically 26 June district, accessed through a survey of the population including communities and local government workers.

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

PERCEPTIONS OF UNIVERSITY OF HARGIESA STAFF OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF TRIBALISM ON SOMALILAND’S PEACE AND SECURITY

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Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Public perception of female lawyers in Hargeisa

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The road to success for Somaliland’s female lawyers was not easy; until very recently there were no  female  lawyers  in  the  field. Until  2007,Ifrah  Aden  Omar  was  the  sole  practicing  female lawyer  in  Somaliland.  Shecurrently  heads  the  first  Women Lawyers  Association  (SWLA) not onl in Somaliland  but  also  in  Somalia. It  was  established  in Somaliland  with  the  help  of the United Nations Development Programme in 2008 (UNDP 2008).

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Somaliland Judicial Reform

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Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
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State tackling of violence against women and girls in Somaliland

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Violence against women and girls is considered a human rights violation that sweeps many parts of the world as a dangerous epidemic that needs all joint efforts and resources combined together to put  an  end  to  it.
Per  the  UN, seven  out  of  every  ten  women  has experienced physical  and/or sexual  violence at some  stage  in  their  lifetime and sixty million girls  marry  before  the  age  of eighteen  globally.  These numbers illuminate the  severity  of  the  phenomena that  we  are researching, and leave no room for underestimating it, taking or dealing with it lightly or turning a blind eye to it

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

Sustaining peace through youth empowerment

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Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
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The Effects of Youth Based Urban Crimes and Violence on the Community in Garowe, Puntland

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Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

The Impact of Education in Garowe Prison – a research-based article

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Garowe prison  was  built  by the United Nations Office  on Drugs  and Crime(UNODC)  to  house  500 inmates,  making  it  one  of  the largest  initiatives  undertaken  by  the  organization.  It was funded  by  the Contact  Group  on Piracy  off  the  Coast  of Somalia nd  the  Governments  of  Denmark,  Finland,  the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom during 2011.

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

The role of conflict management in organizational performance

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Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
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The Role of Facebook in Peace and Conflict

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Communication  between  communities  is  very  important. Before  the  modern digital  age  people  used face-to-face discussion  to  communicate  and  share  ideas. After the revolution of technology the number of users increased dramatically to facilitate communications and society activities, andit plays an important role in facilitating between  the  communities.

Created Date Monday, 03 April 2017
Modified Date Sunday, 28 May 2017

The Role of Somali Poetry for Somaliland Disarmament

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Created Date Monday, 06 March 2017
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Voters’ Expectations of Elected Councilors in Burao, Somaliland

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This study was conducted between May-August 2016. The overall aim of the study was to identify the expectations of the voters from  their  elected councilors  in  Burao.  Other  specific  objectives  were  to  identify  the  main motive  of  the  voters,  to evaluate  the  extent  to  which  voters  understand  the  role  and  the functions  of  the  councilors,  and  to  analyze  the level of  voters’  satisfaction  with incumbent councilors; and to predict the readiness of the voters to elect new councilors.