Assisting agricultural communities to access appropriate agricultural coverage

Assisting agricultural communities to access appropriate agricultural coverage  

The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) is aiming to expand  how to make agriculture engaging and viable for the national media outlets In other words, how to make agriculture cool and something that young Somali journalists would like to pursue as a career.

The Secretary General of SOMESHA honorable Daud Abdi Daud arrived from Nairobi,kenya to Mogadishu,Somalia on Friday October 19th , 2012 in order to meet Somali journalists and media practiciners nationwide and discuss the way they can boost agricultural coverage in the media industry as its a new phenominoun in Somali media industry in which always interested articulating political issues.

SOMESHA is aiming to organize ethical dailogues for agricultural reporting through the media stations staff and Plenary themes will cover; creating effective alliances via public-private partnerships; the challenges of sustainable urbanisation with an ever-increasing population, and the latest advances in technology and innovation.

This moveforward comes at a time when there is unprecedented international momentum to cover food security and climate change issues. Across the globe there is action to reduce the social, economic and environmental impacts of catastrophes brought on by climate change.

It was on November last when Somali media leaders united to expand media coverage of climate change as the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) organized one day national media conference for expanding media coverage on climate change. https://somesha.wordpress.com/2011/11/20/somali-media-leaders-united-to-expand-media-coverage-for-climate-change/ .

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