Month: February 2019

Advisory Support of TAF2+to Somaliland’s Negotiation with Ethiopia

The TAF2+ advisory support to Somaliland’s ongoing trade and transit negotiations with Ethiopia aimed at enhancing the technical, analytical and negotiating competencies of key government agencies and negotiators to negotiate and conclude a transit and trade agreement with Ethiopia Continue reading “Advisory Support of TAF2+to Somaliland’s Negotiation with Ethiopia”

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Five Countries Predicted to be Free of Cash in 2020

Almost in all parts of the world, cashless society or non-cash payments continues to grow. Even in a number of developed countries, the habit of dealing with cash is slowly disappearing. Quoted by page Medium.com, Wednesday (02/2/2019), here are five countries predicted to be free of cash by 2020 Continue reading “Five Countries Predicted to be Free of Cash in 2020”

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Electricity and Power Generation in Somaliland

Telesom & Sompower are Somaliland’s  two biggest and main utility corporations providing electricity and power in the country. Sompower – jointly owned by Dahabshiil & Mohamed Aw Saeed – has invested in some solar energy systems in the north of Metro Hargeisa, about 6 miles north of Daloodho neighborhood. This pilot project area is about one square mile with abundant installations of new solar panels. Sompower is also investing in bigger diesel generators to supply the northern suburbs of the city  located beyond the North of the dry valley. Continue reading “Electricity and Power Generation in Somaliland”

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Somaliland Elections: A Victim of Politics, Certainly Not Policies as Presented

Combined Parliamentary and Local Council Elections of the Somaliland Republic originally planned on March 27, 2019 became a hostage for senseless politics of the national institutions entrusted in safeguarding and advancing it – the government, political parties, the National Electoral Commission (NEC), and the House of Representatives to some extent. Continue reading “Somaliland Elections: A Victim of Politics, Certainly Not Policies as Presented”

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