IOM Somalia has just concluded its first training on Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) for core focal points, team leaders and support staff members who have been selected to roll out the tracking
As with most public institutions, Somaliland’s justice sector has suffered immense challenges in terms of physical structures and human capital.
Improving Access to Health and Service Delivery in Bosaso and Garowe Towns and Its Environs in the Puntland State of Somalia
While there has been positive progress in Somalia’s health sector, the Puntland state of Somalia still faces enormous challenges especially in the delivery of better health services as envisaged in the ‘Somali Compact’ and the ‘New Deal Initiative’.
Capacity building of Somaliland Office of the Accountant General’s Staff brings improved capacity and better service delivery to the public
Established in 1993, the Somaliland Office of the Accountant General (OAG) has over 100 employees in its head office in Hargeisa (Somaliland) and eight offices spread across six regions in the coun
The collapse of the Siad Barre regime and ensuing conflict which engulfed Somalia left much of the public infrastructure in Mogadishu in ruins. In Waaberi District, the lack of multipurpose ground
More than two decades of conflict in Somalia have destroyed public infrastructure, including street lights. The lack of streetlights in Xamar Weyne District in the capital city, Mogadishu limited r
Water Pumps and Sanitation Tools Support Community Efforts to Tackle Floods in Jowhar District, Middle Shabelle
The Middle Shabelle Region in Somalia suffers from recurrent floods which threaten community life, property, and livelihoods.
Years of Al-Shabaab rule in Adale District, Middle Shabelle have left youth disengaged and with limited opportunities, increasing their vulnerability to violent extremism.
On 15 October 2015, IOM and local implementing partners in settlements for internally displaced people (IDPs) across Somalia joined millions of people around the world to wash their hands with soap at special events marking Global Handwashing Day.
Somali youth face limited opportunities to engage in sports since much of the public infrastructure, such as sports facilities, was destroyed during the civil war. To support youth engagement in sports, IOM worked with the Benadir Regional Administration (BRA) to organize a month-long soccer tournament for the 17 districts of Mogadishu entitled “Sports for Peace”.
Hargeisa Group Hospital (HGH) is the National hospital in the Republic of Somaliland and also the teaching hospital for medical universities in Hargeisa. It is the largest referral hospital in Hargeisa where many patients visit to seek medical services. The hospital’s capacity to deliver better medical services was significantly low due to the limited number of qualified medical practitioners.
Following the collapse of the Somali central government in 1991, the capacity of public institutions has considerably weakened, including government agencies designated to fight corruption and safeguard public property. This lack of accountability and oversight has contributed to the increase of corruption and misuse of public assets.