Gobolka

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Gobolka

In Somalia, a political subdivision equivalent to a province.
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KARACHI -- Scientists from Somalia have requested their counterparts from Karachi University to assist them in the rehabilitation of the barren and saline regions of Somalia by using
If Cardiff councillors are promoting peace and stability in Somaliland they should respect the Somali constitution and support all the federal regions of Somalia.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said on Tuesday that seasonal flooding has been reported in several regions of Somalia, affecting up to 50,000 people.
It is to be noted that the kingdom drilled 10 wells in various regions of Somalia, built the Bahrain Specialised Hospital in Mogadishu and the Bahrain Scientific Complex in the Somali National University and restored sight to 4,000 Somalis and delivered many relief aid consignments during the wave of drought that hit the country.
The EU encourages the Federal Government to continue reaching out to other regions of Somalia, to consolidate the security gains made and to provide the people of Somalia with the deserved return to sustainable peace and stability," he stated.
He served with the UN mission in Somalia from 1993 to 1994 as director in various regions of Somalia and in the Office of the UN Special Representative for Somalia.
Applications are invited for Final project evaluation for WaSH and Food security support for drought and conflict affected populations in South and Central regions of Somalia.
On July 20, 2011, the United Nations officially declared that in two regions of Somalia (Bakool and Lower Shabelle), food security had deteriorated so significantly that the regions were in a famine situation.
Al-Shabab ("Youth" in Arabic) controls southern and central regions of Somalia, and has ties to the higher-profile terrorist organization, Al-Qaida, which has provided fighters, seasoned by the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, to the group.
Combating piracy requires enforcement of the rule of law, but authorities in the regions of Somalia where the pirates operate have proven unable to exercise meaningful jurisdiction over their territory or waters.
Finally, Part V discusses the current state of juvenile justice within various regions of Somalia and advocates for the further development of such systems in the region of Puntland and Somaliland.
This emergency is exacerbated by the rapid movement of people, fleeing conflict and famine in the southern regions of Somalia.