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"I am a relationship counsellor and have been in that profession for quite a number of years and have trained many students through my radio programmes. Initially, I was a bit scared to talk about the many issues plaguing our community. I avoided sensitive topics such as sex education for fear of being misunderstood. Not much effort is spent on family science over here, and many people warned me that if I confront sensitive societal issues, I would be targeted. People over here usually only care about politics and business. I have met many bright boys who do naughty things, and the community doesn't understand the psychological reasons behind it. Majority of these boys are growing up in troubled family homes, where their parents shout at each other and an unhealthy relationship, and he takes it out on the community, like throwing stones at passers-by. I remember seeing one of my sons slowly changing his behaviour and hating education. I went to his madrassa and discovered that his local teacher was uneducated and was extremely harsh on him, making him hate going there. We normalised this, and it's not good. It became my first case study to raise awareness on this issue. Similarly, one father; one time told me that he was raised in one of the most unhealthiest homes, full of continuous shouting-matches even though his parents never divorced. As a result, he internalised it thinking that it's acceptable and if he survived it, he could do it to his children, and they will survive it too. We need to talk about these problems, as a community and I made it my life mission to highlight this."
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#somalifaces #somalia #galkayo #relationships #family

|| 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)

TB to Toronto😩.Really missing the big city😢😓🌃🌃!! The rural life got me like😭😭😕!!#viewsfromthe252 #galkayo #somalia #africa

🇸🇴Somalia at united nation with raisul wasare khere making speech instead of president farmaajo🇸🇴🇸🇴qurux badanaa🇸🇴this is so beautiful🇸🇴#somalia #muqdisho #somaliland #hargeisa #galmudug #cadaado #hirshabelle_state #jowhar #beledweyne #jubaland #puntland #garowe #kismayo #shabeelada #xamar #magoolallahhaunaxaristo
#djibouti #ogadeno #bari #galguduud #mudug #burco #awdal #guriceel #nugal #dhusomareeb #galkayo lato#wadani_official #qalbidagax

Afternoon coffee with friends at #Galkayo, Mudug.

Left-to-right: Omar, @jacfaryusuf , @farahpare , me and @faaidlabaguud

They call #Galkayo but I call #Goldkayo.

Hello Galkayo 👋🏾👋🏾👋🏾. #viewsfromthe252 #galkayo #somalia #africa

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

"I am a relationship counsellor and have been in that profession for quite a number of years and have trained many students through my radio programmes. Initially, I was a bit scared to talk about the many issues plaguing our community. I avoided sensitive topics such as sex education for fear of being misunderstood. Not much effort is spent on family science over here, and many people warned me that if I confront sensitive societal issues, I would be targeted. People over here usually only care about politics and business. I have met many bright boys who do naughty things, and the community doesn't understand the psychological reasons behind it. Majority of these boys are growing up in troubled family homes, where their parents shout at each other and an unhealthy relationship, and he takes it out on the community, like throwing stones at passers-by. I remember seeing one of my sons slowly changing his behaviour and hating education. I went to his madrassa and discovered that his local teacher was uneducated and was extremely harsh on him, making him hate going there. We normalised this, and it's not good. It became my first case study to raise awareness on this issue. Similarly, one father; one time told me that he was raised in one of the most unhealthiest homes, full of continuous shouting-matches even though his parents never divorced. As a result, he internalised it thinking that it's acceptable and if he survived it, he could do it to his children, and they will survive it too. We need to talk about these problems, as a community and I made it my life mission to highlight this."
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(Galkayo)
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#somalifaces #somalia #galkayo #relationships #family

🇸🇴Somalia at united nation with raisul wasare khere making speech instead of president farmaajo🇸🇴🇸🇴qurux badanaa🇸🇴this is so beautiful🇸🇴#somalia #muqdisho #somaliland #hargeisa #galmudug #cadaado #hirshabelle_state #jowhar #beledweyne #jubaland #puntland #garowe #kismayo #shabeelada #xamar #magoolallahhaunaxaristo
#djibouti #ogadeno #bari #galguduud #mudug #burco #awdal #guriceel #nugal #dhusomareeb #galkayo lato#wadani_official #qalbidagax

|| 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.

Children wait patiently in the line for aid from local organisation at Salama IDP in Galkayo.
#child #children #displaced #refugees #refugeestories #UN #galkayo #Gaalkacyo #drought #distribution #food #aid #organization #somalia #FaarisAdam

|| 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.

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.

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