I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Hawa Abdi from Somalia. If you haven't already read her bestselling memoir, "Keeping Hope Alive," I highly recommend it.
The Web 2.0 brought about by the internet revolution has marked one of the newest advancements of our time.
Early this week, I started reading the Failed State Index 2012 – an annual, globally recognized and accepted report prepared by the Washington DC- based organization Fund For
When you are a refugee , it is a problem When you are a child refugee , is a complicated problem When you are a sick refugee child , that's what is called a misery
In Segag, a small village in the Somali Zone of Ethiopia’s Federal Republic, people live in mud huts.
Author Yasmeen Mahamoud Talks About Her Writing and the Somali Diaspora
Nairobi — Deteriorating security, a culture of impunity and an increase in attacks on internally displaced people (IDPs) in the central Somali town of Galkayo, Mudug region, have resulted in a sharp i
There were happy days. I know because of the stories. The generation before, they lived through these good days. Fear was foreign, patriotism bloomed, and foreigners were coming for vacations.