Somalia Data

'Climate change refugees' need help
Climate change will displace up to 300 million people by 2050
Nigeria: Paris Climate Change Agreement - How Has Nigeria Fared?
A look back at 2017: The year in weather disasters – and the connection to climate change
Somaliland is a beacon of democracy in an unstable region: Ali Mohamed (Opinion)
These Countries Are The Least Likely To Survive Climate Change: Report
Lowest CO2 emitting countries “least likely to survive a climate change apocalypse”
Hotspots H2O, January 16: Drought Continues to Hinder Kenya
Trump angers alarmists: We could use a little good old Global Warming
Somalia's al Shabaab denies forcibly recruiting children to fight
Climate Change
International Development Secretary in Somalia: “The UK averted famine last year, but the job is ...
Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data and World Bank Announce Funding for 12 ...
Climate change law in offing
Getting climate change priorities right in Africa vital
Getting climate change priorities right in Africa vital
A new way of working in crisis
Somaliland: Climate Change Forces Somaliland to Change Course
New Map Reveals Which Countries Are Most Likely to Survive Climate Change
Millions of Africans suffering from malnutrition as effects of climate change and conflicts bite
UN warns of rising food insecurity due to conflicts, climate change across Africa
224 Million Hit by Malnutrition in Africa Due to Climate Change
Food insecurity in Africa is “very strongly related to climate change
Africa: Conflict, climate change behind hunger of 224 million – UN
Climate Change, Conflict Leave 224 Million Undernourished in Africa
Climate Change, Conflict Leave 224 Million Undernourished in Africa
Somalia's climate change refugees
Somalia's climate change refugees
Catholics More Concerned With Human Trafficking, Climate Change Than Christian Persecution: Poll
London Conference: High-Level Event for the Humanitarian Situation in Somalia, 6 March 2018
Under-pressure donors urged to help avoid famine in Somalia
As climate change parches Somalia, frequent drought comes with conflict over fertile land
Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World's Poorest
Teaching Activities for: 'Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World's Poorest'
Debate on Climate Change and Migration at International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights
Democrat Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: Climate Change Helping 'Create More Terrorism' in Africa
143 Million People Could Soon Be Displaced Because of Climate Change, World Bank Says
How Somalia's charcoal trade is fuelling the Acacia's demise
Food Crises Intensifying Because of Climate Change and Conflict
UN Security Council makes 'historic' warning on climate threat to Somalia
Somalia's conflict has many causes, but one factor that remains poorly understood is climate change
Somalia: Climate Change Is Feeding Armed Conflict
Somalilandsun - In an analysis titled "Climate Change Is Feeding Armed Conflict in Somalia" authors Giovanna Kuele, Igarape Institute, and Ana Cristina Miola, University of Applied Sciences of Cologne, Germany, argue that over the past decade climate change-related desertification has expanded in ...
Livestock farmers risk losing between Sh34 billion to Sh68 billion due to drought and other effects of climate change, a study has revealed. The study released by the ... At the moment we have cattle coming from Tanzania and Somalia to subsidize what we are losing in the country,” he added. The study ...
It's one thing to hear about climate change, but so much more to experience it firsthand. Filmmakers Danfung Dennis and Eric Strauss break that boundary ... Finally, Famine moves halfway across the world to Somalia's abject poverty. To put it bluntly, homeless people in America live like royalty in ...
In another, we see members of California's Department of Forestry and Fire Protection taking on some of last year's tumultuous wildfires. And finally, we see how climate change directly affects the most vulnerable: in Somalia and nearby African countries, it led to widespread famine that's put millions of ...
Since then the idea that climate change has caused and will cause human conflict and mass migrations has become more and more accepted - just look at ... has a long history of conflict and human displacement, which persists in some countries to this day, such as the civil wars in Sudan and Somalia.
Since then the idea that climate change has caused and will cause human conflict and mass migrations has become more and more accepted – just look ... Climate change Politics Refugees International Drought Economics Syria Developing world United Nations Africa Conflict Somalia Ethiopia Sudan ...
Since then the idea that climate change has caused and will cause human conflict and mass migrations has become more and more accepted—just look at ... has a long history of conflict and human displacement, which persists in some countries to this day, such as the civil wars in Sudan and Somalia.
... a first of its kind Master Programme in Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability, with thirty students from Somaliland, Puntland, Jubaland, Galmudug, South West, Hirshabelle, and Mogadishu awarded full and part time sponsorships by UNDP and Amoud University to study in the programme.
Just as suddenly, you're on the bone-dry plains of Somalia where camels graze and where your guide sadly comments how, "We used to have four seasons," because what is now below your feet isn't a fertile field, but sand and endless drought. Your next stop is that which the drought has wrought: a ...
That's not to say that there aren't situations in which drought conditions can foster conflict. One example is in parts of Somalia. But this happens much less frequently than conventional wisdom might suggest. More often than not, climate change, which can trigger droughts and floods, is just one of many ...
The 'Gu rains' have been prayed for by communities affected by four consecutive failed rains, but climate change, desertification and deforestation mean floods can be as disastrous as drought. With heavy rainfall in the Ethiopian Highlands forecast to continue, the Shebelle river looks set to continue ...
Deadly flooding affect thousands in Somalia ... Somali families displaced by drought and near-famine conditions last year are now ... but climate change, desertification and deforestation mean floods can be as disastrous as drought.
Many believe that climate change could spark future conflicts. ... Some experts argue that Nigeria, Syria and Somalia all fit a pattern in which droughts ...
“That image of Somalia that is dominated by bombs and hunger is really out of date,” Keating said on the sidelines of a conference on energy access in Lisbon this week. “The issue is: How can energy contribute to moving the country forward?” As the population grows, climate change and environmental ...
"That image of Somalia that is dominated by bombs and hunger is really out of date," Keating said on the sidelines of a conference on energy access in Lisbon this week. "The issue is: How can energy contribute to moving the country forward?" As the population grows, climate change and environmental ...
Somalia calls for international cooperation to stop illegal charcoal trade .... Abdul Qadir, Manager, Climate Change and Resilience Portfolio, a.i., ...
Abdul Qadir, Manager, Climate Change and Resilience Portfolio, a.i., United Nations Development Programme Somalia. Email: abdul.qadir[at]undp.org. Keelin FitzGerald, Communications Specialist, United Nations Development Programme Somalia. Email: keelin.fitzgerald[at]undp.org. Mohamed Atani ...
The Climate Change Risk Atlas-2010 has ranked Nepal as the fourth most vulnerable country in the world after Somalia, Haiti and Afghanistan.
NASA's most recent evaluation shows that for 1,000km off the coast of Somalia and Kenya, the temperature at the surface of the Indian Ocean is about ...
Somalia is losing trees at an alarming rate to an illicit charcoal trade that partly ... It experiences periodic drought and flooding due to climate change.
Climate change is one of the great security challenges of the 21st century. ... The council hasn't entirely ignored climate change, of course. ... extended the mandate of the UN mission in Somalia for another year and became the ...
The UN Security Council is starting to take climate change seriously ... Climate change is one of the great security challenges of the 21st century. ... extended the mandate of the UN mission in Somalia for another year and became ...
Mogadishu, 20 May 18 – The humanitarian branches of the Federal ... “As climate change risks invariably increase,” he said, “more resources are ...
Climate change is the greatest challenge for humanity and the planet, EU ... Asked about his portofolio, he said that because of climate change, the needs of ... In Somalia, for example, where drought resulted to the loss of properties, ...
MOGADISHU, Somalia - The humanitarian branches of the Federal ... “As climate change risks invariably increase,” he said, “more resources are ...
"As climate change risks invariably increase," he said, "more resources are needed to address the root causes of fragility, chronic poverty and low ...
“As climate change risks invariably increase, more resources are needed to address the root causes of fragility, chronic poverty and low human ...
Peter de Clercq, UN humanitarian coordinator for Somalia, said: “As climate change risks invariably increase, more resources are needed to address ...
But is there any evidence for this link between climate change and conflict? ... Sudan and Somalia are current day examples. This makes it a good test ...
It seems obvious that climate change has – and will – cause human conflict and the mass movement ... Sudan and Somalia are current day examples.
Somalia: UN releases $2.7 million to help cyclone-hit Somaliland ... This will help to tackle the effects of climate change among the most vulnerable ...
By Umberto Labate and Keith Bettinger. In 2017 Somalia elected its first president since the ousting of strongman Siad Barre in 1991, an event which ...
Planning for climate change in a place like Somalia is like pulling together a thousand-piece puzzle without seeing the picture on the top of the box.
Somalia connects disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation and sustainable development to reach 2030 Agenda and Paris Goals.
Can addressing Climate Change alleviate the Pressures of Forced Migration in ... Yet, the full extent of the influence of climate change on forced migration is ... For instance, in Somalia, drought and floods have displaced close to 2.6 ...
The impact of climate change is not unique to Darfur. ... 2018, the correlation between climate change and national or regional security in Somalia.
EU Event Addresses Linkages Between Climate Change and Security ... of climate change on security in the Chad Basin region and in Somalia, ...
Somalia's Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Shabaab has placed a ban on the use of plastic ... Barack Obama in 2016 for not working to counter “climate change” issues. ... capital Mogadishu for participating in the Somali parliamentary elections.
Somali militant group Al-Shabab bans single-use plastic bags ... He added that the world would be better off fighting climate change than waging what ...
Instead of waging war against Islam, Bin Laden wrote that the world would be better off fighting climate change. In Malaysia, the war against the use of ...
Decades of civil war, coupled with the effects of climate change, have set Somalia on a path to environmental disaster. From the series Climate and ...
Somalia's al Shabaab made headlines last week with an announcement the terrorist organisation has banned single-use plastic bags in areas of the ...
The talk is titled “Climate Change—A Top National Security Threat”. ... This includes working in places such as Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, ...
... efforts to support equality. Climate change, conflict and other related factors threaten to derail this progress, and ruin any chances of a Pax Arabica.
... worked together for two years exploring the links between conflict and the environment in Somalia, one of the areas hardest hit by climate change, ...
Tourism
Seychelles: 6 Suspected Somali Pirates Held in Seychelles Face 30 Years in Prison
Trump's Anti-Immigration Rhetoric, Policies Killing Tourism to the US, Industry Analysts Say
After years of conflict, Somalia eager to recapture former glory as tourism destination
Somalia Launches Digital Outreach Section to Prevent and Counter Violent Extremism
Somalia seeks to raise awareness on countering extremism
5 Mexican states get highest US 'do not travel' warning
South Sudan, Somalia on the agenda of President Kenyatta, Zuma talks
5 Mexican states get US 'do not travel' warning
Mexico's worst places to travel, according to the State Department
5 Mexican states get highest US 'do not travel' warning
America scraps travel advisory against Kenya
Mexico slapped with major tourism restrictions
Somalia: IFJ should be the global voice of journalists and not to be the voice of a well-known fraud
Tamaulipas among Mexican states get highest US 'do not travel' warning
Somalia dismisses IFJ report on attack on Journalists
Somalia wants to attract tourists
Somalia is looking to attract tourists
North Korea tourism SHOCK: Rogue holidaymakers told 'to plan their DEATH'
Somalia Ministry of Information re-establishes the Famous Madbacadda Football Club
US-backed Somalia commandos kill 4 al-Shabab extremists
Traveller becomes first Kazakh to visit 193 UN member states
Subdued Al-Shabaab helps Kenya grow tourism numbers
Hyderabad fast emerging hub of medical tourism
Subdued Al-Shabaab helps Kenya grow tourism numbers
Somalia: Turkish Deputy PM Scheduled to Pay an Official Visit to Somalia
Mogadishu needs robust support to reclaim its lost glory
We will reclaim back the Mogadishu we all knew
Saudi tourists beat the 'Trump slump'
Tourists flock to Lamu for Easter holiday
NJ joins multi-state fight against Trump's travel ban
See the Travel Ban Through Our Eyes: Women from Libya, Syria, Yemen, and More Speak Out
Central Region: Latest & Greatest, April Edition
UAE Condemns Somalia for Seizing Private Jet
... and by now, a couple of years in Syria — not to mention the decades we've spent in and out of dozens of other hot spots around the globe like Niger and Djibouti and Somalia. It's military tourism. We sent hundreds of thousands — even millions at this point — of heavily armed soldiers wearing helmets ...
Mehmet Yasin Kalın, believes then Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's visit to Somalia in 2011 set a precedent. The Turkish government has been mobilizing all state and non-state institutions to pour in humanitarian aid and development projects for the country. Kalın said the military training base is ...
The Conference, has been officially opened by the deputy President of Puntalnd, H.E. Eng. Abdihakim Abdullahi Omar (Amey), and was also attended by the acting Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism of the Federal Government of Somalia, H.E. Abdirahman Idan Yonis, the Minister of Information ...
Ten business people from, say, Central Kenya, will collectively buy air tickets for a business trip to Guangzou, China. At Sh120,000 per ticket, that comes to Sh1.2 million, of course minus accommodation and logistics escalating overheads and later cost of the goods. Why don't these Central Kenyans just ...
The meeting, which is organized by the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism, is supported by UNESCO and other international media actors under their coordination platform known as the Somalia Media Support Group (SMSG). It will take place at the AMISOM VIP Conference facility, ...
Somalia will become the first country in Eastern Africa to launch a multi-stakeholder dialogue forum for safety of journalists. ... The meeting, which is organized by the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism, is supported by UNESCO and other international media actors under their coordination ...
... accused federal Ministry of Information of Somalia for faking its sincerity in efforts to protect the safety of journalists and seek accountability for abuses committed against media professionals. NUSOJ termed the announcement by acting Federal Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Abdirahman ...
... Culture and Tourism, Abdirahman Iidan Yonis, in which he claimed to have launched "National Mechanism for Safety of Journalism” as "only smokescreen justice for victim journalists”. The Ministry organised purported "multi-stakeholder dialogue forum for safety of Journalism” in Mogadishu which ...
MOGADISHU, 03 MAY 2018:The Federal Government of Somalia commemorates the World Press Freedom Day by strongly committing to protect Journalists ... The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, H.E. Abdirahman Idan Yonis said that the ministry has been tirelessly working to ensure the ...
The event in Mogadishu was attended by Acting Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism H.E. Abdirahman Idan Yonis, Chairman of the Somalia South Central Non State Actors (SOSCENSA) Dini Mohamed Dini, Communications Director, Office of the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia ...
Kenya views itself as having a direct stake in Somalia because instability there spells trouble in Kenya, including by putting the vital tourism industry at ...
AL-SHABAAB. Kenya views itself as having a direct stake in Somalia because instability there spells trouble in Kenya, including by putting the vital tourism industry at risk. "A stable Somalia will allow our tourism to grow. Remember we went there after Al-Shabaab targeted our tourism installations," Prof ...
Ethiopia, Kenya leaders vow to pursue peace in Somalia, South Sudan ... Issues of prime importance included security, trade, tourism and economic ...
Issues of prime importance included security, trade, tourism and economic cooperation. Somewhere in the deliberations was the issue of regional security as affects Somalia and South Sudan. A communique issued by the Kenyan presidency stated plans by both governments to secure peace in South ...
Pakistan and Somalia enjoy friendly and cordial relations. ... potential in diverse fields including economic, investment, energy, defence and tourism.
08 July, 2018, Mogadishu: The minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, H.E. Dahir Mohamud Gelle has briefed the media about the terrorist attack ...
MP Petitions Parliament Seeking Withdrawal of KDF From Somalia ... Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers currently deployed to Somalia could return to ... along the border dealt the vital hospitality and tourism sector a major blow.
Trump asserts the travel ban is necessary to protect national security. .... travel ban: Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen.
NEW DELHI, July 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - India's tourism ... country for women, above Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia and Saudi Arabia.
NEW DELHI, July 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – India's tourism ... country for women, above Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia and Saudi Arabia.
The event was made possible by the United Nations Somalia Mission ... “Today's discussion provides a good momentum for Somali journalists and ... A Senior Advisor, Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism and journalist ...
Reverting back to my original theme, since peace was restored on the border, Somali patients started coming to Kenya as medical tourists, as did ...
Somalia's President Mohamed Farmaajo arrived in Asmara on Saturday to begin a three-day visit with ... He will also tour development sites in Eritrea.
Kenyan nationals arrested by Al Shabaab in Somalia ... MOGADISHU, SomaliaSomali rebel group of Al Shabaab fighters have arrested ... in retaliation for a wave of kidnappings of foreigners that has blighted its tourism industry.
Hormuud Telecom, the biggest comnunication campany in Somalia has ... destruction of its branch-building headquarters near Somali border along ... for a wave of kidnappings of foreigners that has blighted its tourism industry.
In Somalia, poverty is forcing women into sexual exploitation as men from the country who've emigrated to the west return to take advantage of them.
The hopes of getting relief after escaping war and poverty in Somalia to settle as refugees in Kenya are getting dashed for many Somali women.
Speaking at the opening of the workshop, Director General of the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism Mr Abdirahman Yusuf Adaala urged ...