About Dr. Qasim

I am a medical doctor and have worked as an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist as well as a University lecturer living and working in Somalia, Yemen, the Netherlands and Britain. I previously served as the minister for Women’s Development and Family Affairs in the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia in 2010.

I am now serving as the Minister for Human Development and Public Services in the Somali Federal Republic. My portfolio includes Health, Education, Labour, Youth & Sports and Women & Social Affairs.

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6 Responses to About Dr. Qasim

  1. mohamed amin says:

    you are one of the people we need really may Allah bless you thank you DR.

  2. Dear Dr Qasim, you are a wonderful human being. Bringing the plight of Somali Women to the world platform needs people like you who have a motherly heart and a sense of humanity. As I read in one the articles on your blog, surely Somalia is the worst place to be a women. Sometimes tears flow on my cheeks as more news about hungery mothers come out. What makes me even more depressed and disillusioned is when I hear or watch prenant mothers who are malnourished, hungery with obstracted labour and there is no one near them to help them. I dont have enough words to describe your extraordinary effort but please keep it up. Serve humanity, serve our mothers and sisters
    Dr Bashir Ahmed
    Current post: Medical Officer at Mulago National referral and teaching Hospital, Kampala Uganda

  3. layla Dahir says:

    Assalamualaykum Warahmatulahi Wabarakatuh.

    I want to congratulate you on all your hard work. I consider you to be an inspirational person and I ask that Allah swt accept all your good deeds. I don’t know if you are in London at the moment but there is an event that will be happening on the 21st January 2012. This event aims to motivate young girls to reach their potential, address the issues that hinder their success and celebrate being Somali Women. If you are interested and in London can you please email me at layla-dahir@live.co.uk

  4. daahir says:

    In the predicament of abstinence there is hope and exceptions, Somalians live hope and undeterred expectation that our distorted homeland will be free, free from the horror that it is experiencing and it will have people who take care of it. I want to congratulate you about your doorashadaada laguu doortay gudoomiyaha xisbiga “TAYO”, I hope with ilaahay gargaarkiisa inuu TAYO noqdo mid somalida u horseeda hormar, isuna keena dhamaantood, kana taliya wax wada qabsiga iyo wadatashiga aayaha somaliyeed.

    Mr. Cadnaan (future MD.)

  5. Araweelo says:

    It’s wonderful to see people like you, educated, independent with Islamic appearance. Keep up the good work and you will find support.

  6. Eng. Abdulkadir Adam Osman(Gorman) says:

    I would like to congratulate you for being elected as the president of TAYO party. You deserve it and TAYO is lucky to have a leader of your calibre. May Allah help you in your duties and responsibilities. Keep up the good spirit of serving your country and people and all support is for you Dr. Maryam Taako.

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