Handsome episode with horrific imagery, What is Somalia a way forward?

The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture
(SOMESHA) is concern the challenges that Somalis will face ahead while
Alshabab issued yesterday a horrific statement with grand
intimidation.

The Islamist militias of shabab have closed down nearby 20 UN and
humanitarian aid agencies along with little number of local NGOs
working in famine damaged Somalia accusing them of political
involvement and creation of indirect Christianity plan in parties of
Somalia.

By commenting the reason they are banning the humanitarian agencies
although they are pretending patriotic group said “undermining the
livelihoods and cultural values of the population through the
pervasive practice of corruption and bribery as means of operation and
Working vigorously in partnership with several organizations in order
to exploit the country of its natural resources, acting as an
impediment to the people’s ability to reach long term sustainability
through the preservation and management of their natural resources
in a self-determined manner. The office for supervising the affairs of
foreign agencies (OSAFA) has decided to permanently revoke the
permissions of the following organizations to operate inside Somalia”.

1.    Office of the United Nations High Commisioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
2.    World Health Organization (WHO).
3.    United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).
4.    United Nations Pupolation Fun (UNFPA).
5.    United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF).
6.    Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU).
7.    Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC).
8.    Danish Refugee Council (DRC).
9.    Concern Worldwide
10.    Norwegian Church Aid (NCA).
11.    Cooperazione Internazionale (COOPI).
12.    Swedish African Welfare Allaience (SAWA).
13.    German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ).
14.    Action Contre la Faim (ACF).
15.    Solidarity
16.    Sacid, local NGO

Apart from Alshabab addition, from leader to child Somalis are
suffering from horrendous neglecting with unlike brainwave from the
United Nation missions for Somalia and the international well-wishers
for decades.
“We need to come together and work our things collectively as brothers
and sisters while we are all aware of that UN agencies are doing dirty
activities on us as they pretending for those helping our weak society
“said by Somalia’s prime minister honorable Abdiwali attending CRD
(Center for Research and Dialogue) and Universal TVs’ peace talk show
programme that was held on November 23, 2011 in Mogadishu, Somalia

“According to the above tensioned views, the Somali Media for
Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) would like to
start additional weakly humanitarian roundup report by doing
monitoring and evaluation through direct and indirect focus. The title
of the M/E will be Frontline Reportage Initiative (FRI) and SOMESHA is
requesting all the local and humanitarian organizations to boost our
motion “said Mr. Daud Abdi Daud, SOPMESHA Secretary General

The organizations or NGos not respecting and responding our focus on
the fact research will be on the front line of our weakly reportage
programme. Mr. Daud added
The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture
(SOMESHA) is also horrifically sad the endlessly civilian killings
from the Transitional Federal Government armed forces and would like
to overtly plead the international community to do whatever means they
can  save the famine fatalities people living in Mogadishu IDP’s .

Apart from the above stated tight spot, the Somali Media for
Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) is going to
demand the president of the semi-autonomous region of Puntland Mr.
Abdirahman Farole to respect the freedom of the press and allow the
reporters of the two Somali TV stations, (Universal TV and Somali
channel TV) to start their ground activities as soon as possible
without horrifying or taking into custody.

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