Month: January 2020

URBANIZATION AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: A CASE OF YOUTH IN MOGADISHU-SOMALIA

Ali Farah Abdullahi     Introduction According to the Action Aid (2012) Youth under 18 years old are predicted to make up 60% of urban populations by 2030 and Youth are over-represented among the urban poor. Most urban youth, particularly youth Migrants, live in unplanned settlement areas, often in squalid conditions and are vulnerable to high levels …

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How Denmark fights corruption: Lessons for Somalia

By: Luqman Yasin Gelle  Overview of Corruption in Somalia After the complete collapse of state institutions in 1991, Somalia represents one of the world’s most protracted cases of statelessness. The on-going civil war, tensions between traditional clans and recurring famine ensure that the prospects for political stability remain bleak. Corruption is both one of the …

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Why Africa needs the Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA)

Mohamed Okash African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is a historical and ground-breaking decision by AU’s head of States and Governments in their 18th ordinary assembly session held in Addis Ababa in January 2012. The CFTA is aimed to create a single African market, currency union, and bring together the fifty-five countries to boost the …

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