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|| Vintage Mogadishu || Taken near Mogadishu's beautiful old city and fish market (1987)

Assalamu'alaikum.. Sahabat Kemanusiaan..
Anak-anak di Somalia memiliki impian dan harapan besar. Sekalipun ujian menimpa, senyum manisnya tak terlepas dari wajah-wajah polosnya.

Alhamdulillah amanah dari para "Pahlawan Kemanusiaan" telah kami salurkan kepada saudara kita di Somalia.

Kami mengucapkan Jazakumulloh Khairon dan terimakasih yang sebesar-besarnya kepada para "Pahlawan Kemanusiaan" yang telah memberikan kepercayaannya kepada One Care.

Saudara kita di Somalia juga mengucapkan banyak terimakasih atas bantuan yang telah diberikan dari para Pahlawan Kemanusiaan di Indonesia.

Salam hangat dari Saudara kita di Somalia untuk Saudara-saudara kita di Indonesia.

Salam kemanusiaan,

Relawan Somalia
13 Agustus 2017

Bergabunglah bersama One Care untuk terus peduli dan berbagi, jadilah bagian dari Pahlawan Kemanusiaan

#kemanusiaan
#peduliafrika
#baidoa
#somalia

Thank you @hopefocus for introducing us to Nurto Moallim Ahmed from #Baidoa, Somalia. She's only 12, but she already knows what she wants to do with her life: "I want to be a teacher for our children, especially the poorest Somali children."

Badai debu memorakporandakan kamp pengungsi sementara di #Baidoa, sebelah barat Mogadishu, Somalia. Foto: #Reuters #duststorm

|| Vintage Somalia || American Girl Scouts on the grounds of Aden Adde International Airport. In the 1980's the Girl Scouts Association of Mogadishu oversaw nearly 300 members, most of whom were the daughters of diplomats and prominent businessmen. Only a fraction of these members were Somali at the time (1988)

Here I'm one of the best Garden.#BAIDOA#

Nothing but love when we go O.T!
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Hanging out with some of the young men @elmanpeace hired in #Baidoa for public infrastructure construction & renovations was my favorite!
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It was really great to hear about the impact the new skills & jobs have already had on their lives. Hearing about their plans for the future when the site is complete & brainstorming with them on how I and @elmanpeace Can best add value or resources to support was also really great. -
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Basically, just a super rad day in #Baidoa with humble, determined & hardworking people 🇸🇴✨

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|| Vintage Mogadishu || Taken near Mogadishu's beautiful old city and fish market (1987)

|| Vintage Somalia || American Girl Scouts on the grounds of Aden Adde International Airport. In the 1980's the Girl Scouts Association of Mogadishu oversaw nearly 300 members, most of whom were the daughters of diplomats and prominent businessmen. Only a fraction of these members were Somali at the time (1988)

|| Somali Landscape || Somalia has the longest coast in Africa. Our pristine coastline and untouched beaches are a national treasure.

|| Vintage Mogadishu || Banadir Regional Administration (1930's)

|| Somali Nomads || The Somali nomad is a truly remarkable figure. He is without doubt a dignified and prideful man. He is treated with honor wherever he goes as he resembles the purest form of our heritage. The nomads of our nation will forever have a special place within the annals of Somali history.

|| Ciidamada Daraawiishta Somalia || The Dervish soldiers were well known throughout Africa for their fearlessness and brute power. Their efforts were well documented in the 1977 Ogaden war.

⭐️@Baramabaro⭐️...
🛑📸SAWIRKA MAANTA📸🛑
Ra'iisul Wasaare Kheyre oo maanta ku dhexmilmay shacab rakaab ah oo ay diyaarada isku arkeen. Ra'iisul Wasaaraha safar shaqa ayuu aaday balse diyaarad qaas ah ma qaadan ee shacabkuu dhexqaaday.
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#somalia #somali #soomaaliya #gabay #maanso #my252 #mogadishu #hargeisa #bosaso #kismayo #baidoa #jowhar #baladwayne #djibouti #somaligirl #somalimemes #hees #maahmaah #abwaan #gabay #soomaaliyeed #ayaanle #qabiil

Eyl meel ka qurux badan inan arki doono ilma ahan ⛰ ( June 26 , EYL )

|| Exclusive Economic Zone || The Somali coast has for far too long, been a sphere of massive exploitation and plundering by foreigne trawlers. Somalia's exclusive economic zone does not only have one of the most plentiful fisheries in the world, but also holds billions of barrels of oil. These waters hold the key to our salvation as a nation.

In the past two decades, foreigners have taken advantage of Somalia's instability in a massive way. $200 million worth of fish has been stolen every year since the onset of the civil war. Toxins have been dumped into our waters which poisoned the fish and consequently, the coastal inhabitants. Piracy was therefore a direct response towards the injustice taking place.

Today, Somalia is facing another threat by the Kenyan government who is set to steal our waters to the south. The Somali government has sued the Kenyan government and the matter has made it to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Kenya has lost round one of the trail which took place in February of 2017, in which they attempted to stop the case filed by Somalia over the maritime dispute from going to a full hearing. 100,000 square kilometers are in contention and we as Somalis intend to do all we can to ensure our sovereignty remains intact.

"Somali’de bir kadın var, güneş ona hiç merhamet etmiyor; altında bizim de yürüdüğümüz gökyüzü, onu kemiklerine kadar yakıyor” diyor şarkısında Nijerya asıllı sanatçı Sade. Somalili kadınların giysileri gökkuşağının renklerinden, ancak hayatları hiçte öyle değil... Açlık, temiz su yoksunluğu, terör, kıtlık, kuraklık karşılaştıkları tehlikelerden sadece bir kaçı...
Kadınlar açısından en tehlikeli ülkelerden Somali'de doğumla bağlantılı anne ölümleri, tecavüz ve kadın sünnetinin yaygınlığının yanı sıra kadınların eğitim, sağlık ve ekonomik kaynaklara erişimi hayli sınırlı.
Somali'de bir kadının karşılaşabileceği en tehlikeyi şeyin gebe kalmak, çünkü doğum öncesi kontrollerin olmaması yüzünden gebe bir kadının yaşama olasılığı sadece yüzde 50.Bunun yanı sıra tecavüz olaylarının günlük bir vaka olduğu ülkede her kızın sünnet olduğunu, buna kuraklık, kıtlık ve çatışmaların da kadınların karşılaştığı tehlike olarak ekleniyor. #dunyainsaniyardimvakfi #duyav #somali #somalidekadin #yardım #duyavsomalide #help #nonprofit #children #somali #baidoa #followyourheart #kalbinidinle
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"There is a woman in Somalia where sun is acting merciless; under, welkin that we walk, burns the woman to the bones" says in the song Nigerian descent Sade. The clothes of Somalian women are in the colours of rainbow, nevertheless their life isn't. Hunger, unclean water to drink, terror, famine, drought - are few of the challenges they face... Considerable limitations are spread around Somalian women, followed by deaths while giving birth, rape cases or female genital mutilation.
For a Somalian women, the most dangerous challenge that she can face is being pregnant, the reasons is that pre-birth controls don't exist, therefor surviving in such conditions is leveled to 50%. In this case where raping is a circumstance, genital mutilation, famine, terror and armed conflicts that a women is facing is an additional element for distress.
في الصومال إمرأة ، الشمس لاترحمها ، السماء التي نمشي نحن أيضا ، تحرقها حتى عظامها
هكذا تقول المغنية سدا النيجيرية الأصل في أغنيتها .
ثياب النساء الصوماليات مثل ألوان الطيف ولكن حياتهم ليست كذلك ... الجوع ، عدم توفر المياه الصالحة للشرب ، ا

|| Somali Warrior || Berbera (1918)

Kara Kıtanın Boynuzu Somali'de çocuk olmak... Yemek için, kamyonların kasalarında gelen gıda kolilerini, kavurucu sıcağın altında saatlerce beklemek demek. Herşeye rağmen ellerinde taşlar ve sopalarla oyun oynamak demek... Korkunun gölgesinde de olsa , gözlerindeki umudu kaybetmemek demek... Somali’de kuraklık ve kirli sudan hayatını kaybedenlerin çoğu çocuk. İshal dışında kızamık da özellikle açlıktan zayıf düşen çocukları tehdit ediyor.
Somali’nin başbakanı Hasan Ali Hayri, Ulusal Kuraklık Komitesi ile düzenlediği basın toplantısında, ölümlerin ülkenin Bay ve Bakol bölgelerinde yoğunlaştığını söyledi.Bay bölgesinin başkenti Baidoa, Ölüm Şehri olarak biliniyor. Kentte 1992’deki kıtlıkta yüzbinlerce Somalili hayatını kaybetmişti. Somali’de şu anki durumun yüzbinlerce insanın ölümüne yol açan kıtlıkla benzer olduğu uyarısı yapılıyor.
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Being a child in the Black Horn Island...
To eat means waiting the scorching heat the food packages in the arrived truck's casts. Despite everything, with stones or sticks in the hands continuing to play games... Even if it has to be under the shadows of the fear, doesn't have to wipe the hope.
Drought in Somalia, unclean water are the reason for deaths were most of them are children. Despite Diarrhea, rubeola is a life threatener to children.
President of Somalia, Hasan Ali Hayri, together with International Drought Comitee in the press said that deaths have been increasing in the Bay and Bakol areas. Capital of Bay region, Baidoa is famous as "The Death City". In 1992 during the famine crisis in this city hundreds of thousands Somalians have lost their lives. The warnings are that the actual famine is compared to this one that happened in 1992.
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أن تكون طفلا في قرن القارة الإفريقية في الصومال ... يعني أن تنتظر ساعات تحت الشمس الحارقة لساعات طويلة لتحصل على بعض المواد الغذائية التي تأتي على صناديق الشاحنات . يعني أن تلعب بالأحجار والعصي رغم كل شيء . -----------------------------
📷 @dunyainsaniyardimvakfi Baidoa/Somali #duyav #dunyainsaniyardimvakfi #yardım #duyavsomalide #çocuklargüzeldir #help #nonprofit #children #somali #baidoa #followyourheart #kalbinidinle

|| ATTENTION FELLOW SOMALIS || We have a big announcments from our great friends at @SomaliArchitecture.

For the past 6 years, @SomaliArchitecture has been collecting images of the built environment of Somalia's capital. Their aim was to digitally capture the beautiful, past (Vintage) ascetic architecture of Mogadishu.

As architectural students, they wanted to recreate the Mogadishu of the past in 3D form. Mogadishu's important landmarks have thus far been recreated in exquisite detail. As of now, 5 districts have been created in simple massing with another 13 more districts to go. When finished, they are planning to do an exhibition in the UK (date to be confirmed). They are currently looking for all the support they can get, particularly with sponsors. They would like to be sponsored by a somali company either in the UK or elsewhere if possible for next phase of the project. If you can help, please direct message them on their page, @SomaliArchitechture (Link of Phase One Can be Found in the Bio)

|| International Youth Football Team in Mogadishu || " I arrived with my family in Mogadishu, November 1984, I was 15 years old and was looking forward to all the experiences that awaited me in Somalia, my father was sent as an engineer from the West German government as part of West Germany’s aid to Somalia .

We got a nice house in the Hodan neighborhood in Mogadishu, Mogadishu was so peaceful that one could walk at night without fearing anything, the women were modern and well dressed, Mogadishu was one of the world’s most beautiful cities, the city also had world-class universities, and there was to the garbage on the streets. I was sent on “American School of Mogadishu,” which was an international school for foreign children, after school, we all used to go to the Lido beach, it was a paradise!

Our Somali neighbors in Hodan were incredibly friendly and tolerant, they made it easier for us to get used to Somalia, I became friends with many of the children in the Hodan area, I never learned to speak Somali, although my Somali friends tried hard. On weekend’s we visited Hotel Al-Uruba which had a good nightclub, Mogadishu had generally a dynamic nightlife. Often my family went with our neighbors to go to the farms between Mogadishu and Kismayio, it was a paradise! My family was Catholic and every Sunday we used to go to the largest Catholic Church in Africa which was in Mogadishu, right next to a mosque. Every Wednesday the European boys were selling cookies around Mogadishu, our cake was bad, but the Somalis used to buy them not to hurt us.

But when the European club members ran marathon race through Mogadishu, the Somalis thought that we were crazy! And at night! Mogadishu was a safe city…. In December 1990 we were evacuated by the U.S. Army after a rebel group called the United Somali Congress attacked Mogadishu, I came to Somalia in 1984, a beautiful peaceful country, and I fled from a burning Somalia in 1990.

I thank the great Somali people for having me and my family as guests in their beautiful country for so many years, and I pray they get peace and prosperity." - Peter Bern

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