Mogadishu, October 27, 2012 – the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) calls immediate reforms auto government institutions and the newly elected leaders should ensure the transparent of the ongoing process for minsters nomination as well all the fellow government office bearers.
“This call is part of a national movement that addresses the major challenges of our societies and we decided to speak out clearly from our experience of issues relevant to the larger community as they still face direct and indirect violence in which cause dire gaps over their daily life maintenance” said Mr. Daud Abdi Daud, the Secretary General of SOMESHA
SOMESHA is currently striving for social justice, human rights and social development through the promotion of social work via best practice models in order to bring out the voice from the voiceless in across the country.
Somalia needs a step change in effort both from the international community, but also Somalia’s political leaders due to that the newly elected leaders should urgently nominate the ministries cabinet in order to take part the global movements for dealing and changing climate, food security and poverty reduction as the country has experienced dramatic environmental shifts and problems following decades of insecurity and chaos.
local government institutions are key drivers and parliamentarians are also formidable allies in promoting and enacting the change needed in the coming years across Somalia. It was October 20, 2012 when at United Nations Biodiversity Conference, Countries Agree to Double Resources for Biodiversity Protection and also agreed to increase funding in support of actions to halt the rate of loss of biodiversity at the eleventh meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, by 2015 which held in Hyderabad,India although Somalia was absent at that important conference.