Month: September 2018

The Life of the mentally ill Patients in Somaliland

In Somaliland, one in three families has at least one relative with psychiatric disorders. In a land where traditional medicine is far more widespread than modern health care, psychiatric patients in Somaliland are chained, immersed in “healing” waters and subjected to prayers, exorcisms and miraculous herbs. The sheikh, the old sages, are consulted more than the medical professionals are. Continue reading “The Life of the mentally ill Patients in Somaliland”

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Comparative Study: Overweight and Obesity in Norway and Somaliland

Introduction
Overweight and obesity are regarded as serious threats to public health which significantly increase the risk of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cardiovascular disease (CVD), type-2 diabetes (T2D), hypertension, and certain cancers. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that Continue reading “Comparative Study: Overweight and Obesity in Norway and Somaliland”

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Clarkston: First Municipal Authority in USA to Recognize Somaliland as Sovereign State

Clarkston city became the first local authority in the United States of America to recognize Somaliland as a sovereign state distinct from Somalia. It followed suit cities like Sheffield, Cardiff, and Tower Hamlets in the United Kingdom Continue reading “Clarkston: First Municipal Authority in USA to Recognize Somaliland as Sovereign State”

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New Interim Travel Policy of UK for Somaliland Passport Holders

Press Release: Somaliland Mission to th UK and the Commonwealth
The Somaliland Mission to the United Kingdom Is pleased to Inform Somaliland citizens with residency rights In the UK that, following constant reports of border-related difficulties involving their travel into and out of the Continue reading “New Interim Travel Policy of UK for Somaliland Passport Holders”

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