The Secretary General of the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) made a very imperative visit to Somalia’s reproductive land on Agriculture as Somalia is a rich in farming but without peace to feed by its own people and the World at large.
Somalia was a leading actor in African continent and Islam nations as well and has achieved a 21 years of peace, development and food trade after its independence by the Italian colonization in 1960, but later become unsuccessful state due to religiously and foreign interferences motivated violence since 1991.
After 24 years of anarchy and chaos, God called the peace nation Somalia to be recovery one and apply the holy Quran system in which is a fruitful testament religiously and not do again what former Somalia president, Mohamed Siad Bare, the regime made and the entire society as well.
Due to the climate change, a new World order has come up with by God over this 21st century as Somalia was the first nation in Islamic region tried to apply the United Nations (UN) backed in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small, and there no a clear idea shaping which religion is to be reaffirmed first.
Obviously, Islam is an ideology/union name – a set of ideas. It is not defined by what any Muslim wants it to be, but by what it is. No ideology is above critique – particularly one that explicitly seeks political and social dominance over every person on the planet.
As our holly Quran determines, Muslims must know passionately and undertake that none-Muslims should not be harmed, harassed, stereotyped or treated any differently anywhere in the world solely while they are not fighting against them or censoring and that is why God got angry with Somalis and their government and earned to be the first nation was damaged and banished by God due to their interest to go wrong via Islam vision and mission.
Some 805 million people in the world lacked sufficient nutritious food between 2012 and 2014 according to the 2014 State of Food Insecurity report. That is about one in every eight people. The vast majority lived in developing countries. Although significant progress has been made towards the MDG hunger target, progress across regions and countries is still uneven.
Hunger is most prevalent in the developing country dryland areas where water retention is poor, and the land is highly vulnerable to natural and human destructions similarly like in Somalia. The vast majority of the dryland people survive on local foods. Sub-Saharan Africa has made some progress in eradicating hunger, but still has the highest prevalence of undernourishment.
The 2015 World Day to Combat Desertification theme, `attainment of food security for all through sustainable food systems’, focuses on these two Goals. The aim is to advocate for the recognition and strengthening of these links (between Goal 2 and Goal 15) in the post-2015 processes. The slogan for the Day is, “No such thing as a free lunch. Invest in healthy Soils.”
Due to that, SOMESHA members and other media practiciners visit Somalia farming land in generous support from Somalia Agricultural Technical Group (SATG) and made a tremendous interviews regading how farmers manage their own daily food production by trying to acknowledge the current farming related problems in Somalia.