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Urgent need to scale up mental health services in Somalia


Monday October 12, 2020

MOGADISHU, Somalia (WHO)  — On World Mental Health Day this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) in Somalia urged policy-makers, international and national agencies, and other civil society groups to scale up mental health services in Somalia. This request comes at a time when Somalis are faced with the consequences of the triple threat of COVID-19, flooding and desert locusts, in addition to other regular health and socioeconomic challenges.

According to estimates, one in every three Somalis is affected by a challenge related to their mental health. Unfortunately, however, there are only a few health facilities offering mental health services—for a country of 15 million, there are only 3 psychiatrists and 25 trained nurses dealing with mental health.

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“Only when communities have access to good health in a holistic manner, physically and emotionally, can we have a peaceful, progressive and productive society,” said Dr Mamunur Malik, WHO Representative for Somalia. “We all need to join hands to ensure every Somali has access to mental health services, particularly psychosocial support at primary health care level.”

Dr Malik emphasized the inevitable health, economic and social costs that come with dismissing mental health problems. He explained that the burden of coping with diseases such as COVID-19 would only exacerbate the situation and result in more Somalis having to deal with unaddressed anxiety, stress and fear.

Since the first World Mental Health Day, launched 30 years ago, significant efforts have been made around the world to encourage people to talk openly about mental health conditions. In Somalia, there is a need to stop the stigma and discrimination against people suffering from mental health challenges. There is also a need to put an end to violence, and abuses orchestrated against those who are facing mental health problems.

The global theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day is ‘Move for Mental Health: let’s invest.’ In Somalia, in efforts to highlight the importance of ensuring mental health services are accessible by all, and to ensure that this becomes the norm for future generations, the country is commemorating the day with the theme ‘Investing in mental health is investing in Somalia’s future.’

The Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and UN Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia, Mr Adam Abdelmoula, released a recorded video message on World Mental Health Day, which is being broadcast across the WHO Somalia country office’s social media channels. In his message, he called for increasing development assistance from all humanitarian and development partners of Somalia to improve mental health services.

As mental health is fundamental to good health and the well-being of the population, WHO is urging all its partners and donors, including all UN agencies, to urgently scale up their support for mental health in the country and to break the cycle of neglect, lack of awareness, stigma and discrimination, which are often the drivers of poor mental health in any country.

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UAE augmented its involvement in the region by signing a deal with the self-proclaimed independent state, Somaliland, while there is a worsening relationship between Somalia, and Abu-Dhabi. The Emirati DP world company took over the seaport in Berbera where they want to build a military base for the long-term strategy. Somalia’s government nullified that deal, and denigrated that, UAE is violating Somalia’s sovereignty. As a result, Somalia cuts its ties with UAE, but still Abu-Dhabi’s iniquitous role in the region will remain. UAE has currently halted their plan to build a military base in Berbera-Somaliland, instead it will become a public airport according to the President of Somaliland his Excellency Muse Bihi. The flipside, UAE yet is financing oppositions, and some of the regional states against the federal government under the incumbent President Farmajo. On the other hand, Saudi Arabia has provided long-term financial support to Somalia. 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- Advertisement - Sacuudi Carabiya ayaa cambaareysay sawir gacmeedyada loogu gefayo Nebi Muxamed NNKH, hase yeeshee waxay ka gaabsatay inay xoojiso baaqyada dalalka kale ee Islaamka ee lagu doonayo in lagu qaado ficil ka dhan ah sawirrada lagu soo bandhigay Faransiiska ee loola jeedo Nebiga NNKH. Sarkaal ka tirsan Wasaaradda Arrimaha Dibedda Sacuudiga ayaa sidoo kale bayaan ku sheegay in Riyadh ay cambaareyneyso dhammaan ficillada aragagixisada, ayada oo ay u muuqato in la tixraacayo macallin lagu gowracay magaalada Paris kadib markii uu sawir gacmeed lagu sheegay Nebiga NNKH uu kusoo bandhigay fasalka, isaga oo cuskanaya xoriyadda hadalka. “Xoriyadda hadalka iyo dhaqanka waa inay tusaale u noqdaan xushmad, dulqaad iyo nabad lagu diido ku dhaqanka ficillada naceybka, rabshadaha iyo xagjirnimada kasoo horjeeda wada-jirka,” ayaa lagu yiri bayaanka ay baahisay warbaahinta dowladda. Wargeyska Arab News ee Sacuudiga ayaa Talaadadii kasoo xigtay madaxa Ururka Dalalka Islaamka ee fadhiggiisu yahay Sacuudiga Mohammed Al-Issa inuu ka degay fal-celin xad dhaaf ah, taasi oo uu ku sheegay “mid taban oo ka baxsan waxa la aqbali karo,” islamarkaana faa’iido u ah kaliya “kuwa wax neceb”. Sawir gacmeedyada lagu matalayo Suubanaha NNKH ayaa waxaa markii ugu horreysay sameeyey wargeys Faransiis ah, kaasi oo xafiisyadiisa ay 2015-kii weerareen dabley Islaamiyiin ah, kuna dileen 12 qof. Wixii ka dambeeyey gowraca macallinka, sawiradaas ayaa lagu soo bandhigay Faransiiska ayada oo isaga taageero loogu muujinayo. Madaxweynaha Turkey Reccep Tayyip Erdogan ayaa ku baaqay in la qaadaco badeecadaha Faransiiska, halka baarlamanka Pakistan uu meel mariyey qaraar ku boorinaya dowladda inay u yeerto safiirkeeda Paris. Gudaha Sacuudiga, qaadacaad ka dhan ah badeecadaha Faransiiska ayaa aad looga hadal hayey baraha bulshada, hase yeeshee Reuters ayaa werisay in Isniintii magaalada Riyadh ay walba caadi u muuqdeen. Source-VOA Xafiiska Shabakada Allbanaadir.comMuqdisho [email protected] - Advertisement -

Afar dowladood oo lacagta ugu badan ku bixinaya doorashada Soomaaliya

Muqdisho (Caasimada Online) – Olalaha doorashada Soomaaliya ee 2020/2021-ka ayaa si weyn uga socdo wadamada dariska la ah Soomaaliya, waxaana la sheegayaa in dowladaha qaar ay lacag ku  bixinayaan sidii ay usoo saari lahaayeen siyaasiin ay ku aragti yihiin si ay berri uga helaan danahooda gaarka ah. Siyaasiinta ayaa ololahooda doorashada ka wada dalalka Qatar, Turkiga, Imaaraadka iyo Kenya, waxaana dhowr jeer safaro ku kala tagay siyaasiin badan halka qaarkoodna ay Soomaaliya usoo dirsadeen wakiilo la kulama madaxda Qaranka. Wadamada Imaaraadka Carabta iyo Kenya ayaa damacsan in Villa Somalia doorasho uga saaraan Madaxweyne Farmaajo islamarkaana ay halkaas geeyaan siyaasiin ku aragti ah maadaama uu Farmaajo dagaal siyaasadeed weyn uu la galay dowladahaan, halka dowladaha Qatar iyo Turkiga ay dhankooda lacag malaayiin doolar ah Soomaaliya gelinayaan si ay Farmaajo ugu sii hayaan ama qof kale u keenaan, haddii aysan qorshahooda koowaad ku guuleysan. “Dowladaha Kenya iyo Imaaraadka ma jiro qof ay isku raacsan yihiin laakiin waxay ka siman yihiin aragtida ah in Farmaajo booska baneeyo, halka Qatar iyo Turkiga ay ka siman yihiin Farmaajo sii joogo ama qof kale keensadaan, labadaan dowladoodna waa isku aragti waliba iska war qaba,” ayuu yiri Nuur Shariif, oo ah aqoonyahaan bartay siyaasadda, dalkana xog ogaal u ah. “Muqdisho wax olole ah miyaa ka socda?, ololihii doorashada waxay u weecdeen dibadda mar kastana siyaasi gadaal ay ka riixeyso dowlad kale waxba dalkan uma galo, waan soo aragnay haddana waan aragnaa in Qatar dalkan siday rabto ka yeelaneyso marka Soomaalida uma fiicno sidaan,” ayuu hadalkiisa sii raaciyay Nuur Shariif. Magaalada Muqdisho waxaa soo gaaray wafuud ka socoto dowladaha carabta qaarkood oo taageersan madaxda Soomaaliya ee hadda talada heyso halka mucaaradka qaarkoodna ay dalalkooda ugu tageen. Sidoo kale qaar kamid ah madaxdii hore ee dalka ayaa ku sugan wadamada dariska waxeyna wararka ugu badan sheegayaan in ay kulamo la qaadanayaan madaxda dowladaha ay martida u yihiin si ay ugu guuleestaan doorashada Soomaaliya.

Madaxweynaha Somaliland oo Luuqad Adag kula hadlay Hay’adaha QM iyo Cadowga Somaliland

October 28, 2020 | Published by: own Hargeysa (OWN)- Madaxweynaha Somaliland Md Muuse Biixi Cabdi, ayaa Wakiilka Xoghayaha Guud ee Qaramada Midoobay u qaabilsan Arrimaha Soomaalida ku eedeeyey inuu wado shirqoollo qarsoon oo lagu dibin-daabyeynayo qarannimada Somaliland. Madaxweyne Biixi oo khudbad ka jeediyey shirka 7aad ee Golaha Dhexe ee Xisbiga Kulmiye, waxa kale oo uu caddeeyey in mudnaanta koowaad ee xukuumadda uu hoggaamiyaa yahay ilaalinta qarannimada iyo madax-bannaannida Somaliland, islamarkaana aan cidna looga habranaynin difaaca qarannimada Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland. [embedded content]

Anti-Macron protests intensify in Mogadishu

‘His hatred of Islam is as bright as the sun in midday,’ protester tells Anadolu Agency Magdalene Mukami MOGADISHU, Somali In the Somali capital, Mogadishu, hundreds protested insults against Islam and Prophet Muhammad on Wednesday by French President Emmanuel Macron. The numbers of protesters kept growing by the hour but did not reach levels witnessed Tuesday when Somalis urged young people to join the worldwide campaign to boycott French products. Shop owners closed their businesses to join the demonstrations dubbed the Million Man March. “What the president of France did was an attack against our religion, Islam. This is just the beginning,” protester Yusuf Adan told Anadolu Agency. “We urge all Muslim countries not to ignore this. They should stand up and defend their religion. If the Christians, Hindus and others are supporting us, no one has an excuse not to condemn this profanity.” One female protester, carrying the French flag, who asked not to be named, said: “We are out here protesting the blasphemy that we have witnessed from Macron. I am asking all the silent Muslims, what are you doing?” she said, noting that protesters will burn flags as a symbol of pain and anguish. “His hatred of Islam is as bright as the sun in midday,” she added. Protests occurred not only in Mogadishu but local media reported small protests under the same banner across Somali. Calls are growing in the Muslim world to boycott French products to Macron’s controversial plans to crack down on “Islamist separatism” and continue publishing cartoons of Prophet Muhammad. Earlier this month, Macron accused Muslims of “separatism” and described Islam as “a religion in crisis.” Tensions escalated with the murder of a French teacher who showed caricatures of the prophet to elementary school students. Macron paid tribute to the teacher and said France would “not give up our cartoons.” Pakistan, Turkey and Iran are among countries condemning France for the caricatures and Macron’s response. Source: Anadolu Agency

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