Friday, December 06, 2019
Wardheer News

Generosity: Higher spirit and Humanity

By Abdifatah Dahir Ali Generosity, by definition, is the fact of being willing to give some money, gift, time or kindness. In other words, willingness and liberality in giving away one’s money, time etc. It is a character of great … Continued

Somalis transform vacant Pittsburgh lot into their own farm

By Doug Oster Abdulkadir Chirambo smiles easily, especially when he’s talking about the vacant city lots the United Somali Bantu of Greater Pittsburgh have converted to a huge farm-like garden. As president and spokesman of the organization, he gets serious … Continued

Kenya: Drought to worsen human-wildlife conflict – Met

The drought in most parts of the country is likely to increase human-wildlife conflicts. The Meteorological department has predicted little to no rain in many areas as the drought intensifies. Consequently, wildlife will be forced to move because of less … Continued

MP resolves Eastleigh traders’ stalemate with tax collector

By Evelyne Musambi Kamukunji MP Yusuf Hassan has brokered a deal between Eastleigh traders and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) that has ended protests that saw businesses close on Wednesday and Thursday. Mr Hassan has disclosed that KRA Commissioner General … Continued

Mosquito-killing drug offers new tool for fighting malaria

Nellie Peyto DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A mosquito-killing drug tested in Burkina Faso reduced malaria cases by a fifth among children and could be an important new tool in the global fight against the disease, researchers said. The drug, … Continued

Can We Talk?: Somalis in Norway Debate

By Ubah Abdullah Aden On November 24, 2018, Haldoor Raising Voices, a nonprofit organization in Oslo, Norway, that works on issues of integration, gender matters and human rights, organized its annual conference for the Somali community. Three pertinent issues included … Continued

Tearful Trio Condemned For Crying Out Loud

By Hassan M. Abukar Isn’t crying a normal expression of human emotion? For many Somalis, crying publicly is taboo, and for men, it is especially frowned upon. But recently, three separate incidents in Somalia raised eyebrows and lent credibility to … Continued

HARGEISA: A Personal Story

By Mohamed Heebaan After travelling nine consecutive days that we started from Malayko, with hundreds and hundreds of sheep and goats, we came to the border between Somalia and Ethiopia around 3 PM of the ninth day. Mohamed Sheikh Abdi … Continued