Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya C/weli Maxamed Cali oo la hadlay Soomaalida Sweden (SAWIRRO)

Jimco, March 02, 2012(HOL): Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya Dr. C/weli Maxamed Cali ayaa caawa la hadlay Soomaalida Sweden kaddib markii uu ka qeybgalay kulan ay soo qaban-qaabiyeen Ururka Nabadda iyo Horumarinta Soomaaliyeed.

Kulanka oo lagu qabtay Xarunta Tensta Träff ayaa waxaa ka qeybgalay Soomaali faro badan oo ku nool dalka Sweden, inkastoo ay u badnaayeen Soomaalida ku nool Magaalada Stockholm. Ammaanka goobta uu kulanka ka dhacayay ayaa waxaa adkeynayay Ciidamada Booliska Stockholm iyo ciidamada nabadsugidda Sweden.

Kulanka ayaa waxaa ka hadlay dad kooban oo khudbooyin soo dhaweyn, taageero iyo toosin isugu jiray u jeediyay madaxda dowladda Soomaaliya ee uu hoggaaminayay Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya C/weli Maxamed Cali.

Dadkii kulanka ka hadlay ayaa waxaa ka mid ahaa Suldaan Abuukar Socdaal oo ammaanka howlaha ay waddo Xukuumadda Soomaaliya ee uu ra’iisal wasaaraha ka yahay Dr. C/weli Maxamed Cali, wuxuuna ra’iisal wasaaraha ku sifeeyay in uu yahay Ra’iisal Wasaarihii ugu horreeyay ee dowladda geeya deegaannada uu ka soo jeedo, wuxuuna intaas ku daray in ay ka rajeynayaan Ra’iisal in uu xukuumadda geeyo Somaliland. Suldaan Abuukar Socdaal wuxuu kula dardaarmay Ra’iisal Wasaaraha in ay dib u soo nooleyso ciidamadii Soomaaliyeed si ay ammaanka dalka u sugaan.

Waxaa kaloo ka hadlay Xafladda Wasiiraddii Haweenka Xukuumaddii Ra’iisal Wasaare Farmaajo Drs. Maryan Qaasim, waxayna ugu horreyn sheegtay in Ra’iisal Wasaare Cabdiweli iyo iyada ay soo wada shaqeyeen, ayna la dhacsan tahay waxqabadka xukuumadda Soomaaliya.

Waxay ka hadashay Drs. Maryan heshiisyada xal-raadinta ah ee ay Soomaalida gaaraan  iyo sida aaney dulqaadka iyo samirka u lahayn, waxayna sheekeysay siiradii Rasuulka CSW, iyadoo si gaar ah u xustay in qofkii siirada aqriyo ay wax badan uga kordhayaan isla markaana haddii dhabbahaas la qaado xal loo heli karo mushkiladda Soomaaliya.

Drs. Maryan oo sii hadleysay waxaa ay intaas ku dartay in heshiiskii suluxul-xudeydiya ee ay wada galeen Rasuulka CSW iyo dadkii dagaalka kala soo horjeeday, waxayna caddeysay in heshiiskaas oo markii la gelayay Nabiga CSW lagu xiray shuruudo adag, kuwaasi oo uu Nabiga CSW ku qaatay samir iyo dulqaad, iyadoo heshiiskaasna uu keenay in muddo dheer nabad iyo colaad la’aan lagu wada noolaa.

Safiirka Soomaaliya u fadhiya Talyaaniga iyo Midowga Yurub Danjire Nuur Xasan Xuseen (Nuur Cadde) oo ka mid ahaa wafdiga Ra’iisal Wasaaraha ayaa kulanka ka hadlay, wuxuuna aad ugu mahadceliyay Soomaalidii soo dhaweysay ee kulanka soo qaabeysay, wuxuuna Ra’iisal Wasaaraha u sheegay in Soomaalida ku nool Sweden, gaar ahaan Sweden ay muujiyeen midnimo.

Danjire Nuur Cadde ayaa intaas ku daray in Soomaalida ku nool Sweden ay ahaayeen kuwii u ololeeyay in uu hirgalo geedi-socodkii nabadeynta Soomaaliyeed ee Djibouti, kaasi oo ay ka soo baxday Dowladda KMG ah.

Ra’iisal Wasaare ku xigeenka, ahna Wasiirka Ganacsiga Soomaaliya C/wahaab Ugaas Khaliif, wuxuuna sidoo kale u mahadceliyay Soomaalida Sweden oo uu isaguba ka mid yahay, wuxuuna mahadcelin kaddib uu sheegay in uusan kaliya wakiil u ahayn Soomaalida Sweden balse uu wakiil u yahay Wadamada Scandinevian-ka oo dhan.

Ra’iisal Wasaare ku xigeenka C/wahaab Ugaas Khaliif wuxuu sheegay in uu ka doonayo Soomaalida ku nool Scandinevian-ka wax uu kula noqdo Soomaaliya, si gaar ahna wuxuu u ishaaray in uu ka doonayo in ay ganacsiga, warshadaha Soomaalida ay dib u soo nooleeyaan, ayna aqoonta ay kororsadeen ay ku celiyaan Soomaaliya.

Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya Dr. C/weli Maxamed Cali ayaa cod-baahiyaha lagu soo dhaweeyay, wuxuuna u mahadceliyay Soomaalida Sweden, gaar ahaan, Ururka kulanka soo qaabeeyay.

Wuxuu sheegay in Dadka Soomaaliyeed meel kasta oo ay Adduunka ka joogaan in aysan heynin war la’aanta dalka, sababtoo ah buu yiri warbixinta dalka waxaad kala socotaa website-yada iyo taleefashinnada.

Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya waxaa uu sheegay in Soomaalida inteeda badan ay fikrad aan jirin ka heysteen shirkii London, taasi oo ahayd in Soomaaliya maxmiyad la gelin doono, wuxuuna caddeeyay in ay shirkaas ka qeybgaleen kaddib markii ay ogaadeen waxyaabaha looga hadlayay oo uu sheegay in ay ahaayeen in mushkiladda Soomaaliya wax laga qabto bacdamaa dhibaatada Soomaaliya loo arkay aysan ku ekaaneynin Soomaaliya oo kali ah.

Wuxuu sheegay in Shirka ay ka soo baxeen 26 qodob, kuwaasi oo si wanaagsan looga dooday ka hor intii aanan la soo saarin, wuxuuna farta ku fiiqay in ay arrin aad u muhiim ah ahayd arrinta burcad badeedda oo shirka uu ka walaacay, taasi oo uu sheegay in ay tusaalooyin ka bixiyeen sida xal loogu heli karo burcad badeedda, waxaan u sheegnay buu yiri in arrintaas wax-ka-qabashadeeda ay u baahan tahay in berriga laga raadiyo.

Wuxuu sheegay in 6-dii Agoosto 2011 laga saaray Al-Shabaab magaalada Muqdisho, kaddibna laga saaray Magaalooyinka Beledweyne iyo Baydhabo, haddana la qorsheynayo in meelo kale oo ka mid ah dalka saaro.

Wuxuu sheegay in Dowladda ay u qorsheysan tahay in ay la hadasho dadka ka midka ah Al-shabaab ee wata ajendaha Soomaalinimada. Wuxuu intaas ku daray in ay jiraan dad badan oo Al-shabaab ka tirsanaa oo ka soo goostay, kuwaasi oo ay dowladda soo dhaweysay.

Waxyaabaha uga qorsheysan meelaha ay Dowladda la wareegtay ayuu ka hadlay Ra’iisal Wsasaaraha, wuxuuna sheegay in ay meelahaas u baahan yihiin in la xasiliyo, iyadoo arrintaasna ay ka shaqeynayaan guddi-qaran-nabadgelyo.

Dowlad goboleedyada iyo xiriirka Dowladda Soomaaliya ayuu ka hadlay, wuxuuna sheegay in ay si xiriirkaas u wanaagsanaado ay Puntland iyo Galmudug, iyaguna ay yimaadaan Muqdisho.

Dastuurka loo sameynayo Soomaaliya, wuxuuna sheegay in dastuur-u-sameynta Soomaaliya ay noqotay mashruuc aan dhammaaneyn, hayeeshee hadda loo saaray guddi khubarro ah oo deg deg ku soo dhammeeya.

Marka la soo dhammeystiro Dastuurka ayuu sheegay in ay ansixin doonaan ergooyin Soomaaliyeed oo ka kooban Odayaasha Dhaqanka, Culumaa’udiinka, Haweenka, Ganacsatada iyo Dhalinyarada, isagoo intaas ku daray in Soomaaliya loo sameyn doono Baarlamaan tiro yar oo tayo leh, kaasi oo xubnihiisa ay ka koobnaan doonaan 225 mudane, kuwaasi oo tayadooda la xaqiijin doono.

Abaarihii Soomaaliya soo maray iyo sida ay dadka Soomaaliyeed isugu gurmadeen ayuu soo hadal qaaday, wuxuuna sheegay in dadka soomaaliyeed haddii ay isku tashadaan ay wax qabsan karaan.

Dadaalka hagar la’aaneed ee Dowladda Turkiga ayuu khudbadiisa ku soo hadal qaaday Ra’iisal Wasaaaraha Soomaaliya C/weli Maxamed Cali, wuxuuna ugu horreeyay ka codsaday dadkii uu la hadlayay uu ka codsaday in ay u doceeyaan ra’iisal wasaaraha Turkiga Erdogan oo xanuunsan.

Kaalmada Turkiga ee Soomaaliya iyo madaxda Turkiga ee Soomaaliya booqatay ayuu sheegay Ra’iisal Wasaare C/weli in ay ka maseereen dowlado badan oo caalamka ah, kuwaasi oo buu yiri marka ay la kulmaan weydiiya waxa ay dowladda Turkiga siiso Soomaaliya, wuxuuna sheegay in ay markaas oo kale ugu jawaabaan in Turkiga uu Soomaaliya u qabto wax aysan dalalka caalamka weligood u qaban Soomaaliya.

Waxyaabihii uu dhalay Roadmap-ka Soomaaliya ayuu ka hadlay, wuxuuna sheegay in Roadmap-ka uu ku saabsan yahay wax-ka-qabashada afar qodob oo kala ah 1- Nabadgelyada 2- Dib u heshiisiinta 3-Dastuurka 4- Dowlad wanaagga, wuxuuna caddeeyay in dhammaantood meel ay wanaagsan marayaan.

Intaas kaddib wuxuu baaq u jeediyay Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaalidii uu la hadlayay, wuxuuna sheegay in Soomaaliya ay qaadday waddadii nabadda iyo horumarka, sidaas darteedna wuxuu carrabka ku dhuftay in Soomaalida qurbaha ku nool looga baahan yahay in marxaladda kala guurka ah ka qeybqaataan. Dhinaca kalena wuxuu ugu baaqay in ay noqdaan dad fiican oo dhaqan-wanaag kula dhaqma dadka ay la nool yihiin, waayo ayuu yiri haddii aad halkan ku fiicnaataan oo aad wax la qabsataan dadka aad la nooshihiin dadkiinana wax ayaad la qaban kartaan.

Ugu dambeyntiina, Ra’iisal Wasaaraha iyo Wafdigiisa iyo weliba ka qeybgalayaashii kulanka waxaa casho sharaf loogu sameeyay Hotel ku yaalla Magaalada Stockholm, iyadoo cashadaas oo sagootin ahaydna ay soo diyaariyeen gabdhaha Soomaaliyeed ee ku nool magaalada Stockholm. Waxaa xusid mudan in Fannaanka Axmed Naaji Sacad oo booqasho ku jooga Sweden uu xafladda casho-sharafta ka qaaday heeso nabadda iyo wadaniyadda ku saabsan.

Salaad Iidow Xasan (Xiis), Hiiraan Online

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Dr Maryan Qasim, former Somali Women’s Minister, speaks at The Labour Party’s Annual Conference, 2011

Dr Maryan Qasim, former Somali Minister for Women and current adviser in the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia, Speech to the Labour Party’s Annual Conference

26 September 2011

Maryan Qasim is a medical doctor and a humanitarian and has worked as an obstetrician and gynaecologist as well as a University lecturer, scientist and school teacher for over 15 years, living and working in SomaliaYemen, the Netherlands and Britain. She is the former minister for women’s development and family affairs, and is an adviser in the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia

Good morning  Ladies and Gentlemen. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to talk to you today about this very important topic.

As many of you know, the current situation in Somalia and the Horn of Africa is very desperate. I arrived in Mogadishu last year after an absence of more than 20 years. My memories of Mogadishu are those of a vibrant beautiful city full of life and hope. You can imagine how shocked I was when I went back home and found the city I loved lying in ruins. My heart broke as I travelled through a city full of ghostly buildings and children aimlessly wandering around with hardly any clothing or shoes.

Mogadishu has turned into a living hell for its inhabitants.  Lives, communities and the traditional way of life of all Somalis have been destroyed. But the decades of conflict have been especially harsh for the women of Somalia. With the enduring conflict all the normal structures and customs of Somali society have broken down, with women taking the brunt of disease, conflict and poverty.

In this situation, and during Somalia’s disintegrating over the past 20 years, women have become the heads of the household. They have become the main breadwinner of the family looking after the children, as well as trying to earn an income. They have played a vital role in the most dreadful period of their country’s history especially in the social and economic sectors of the society.

Amid this desperate situation there are many tales of determination and survival. I saw many women selling tea in the streets, determined to make a living for their children. I saw children making a living for their families by cleaning boots and shoes on the streets. And I thought, if only there was some kind of peace, the people would survive and work their way out of poverty.

Now in this desperate situation came the droughts. But from what I saw on the ground, the droughts did not occur over night. It was a gradual process and the situation was already critical in 2010. While I was in Mogadishu thousands and thousands were arriving in the city. The camps were full, child graves were all over the place and yet the hungry kept coming.

The good news is that a lot of aid has arrived however, the sad reality is that the worst hit areas are almost impossible to reach as these area’s are controlled by Al-Shabaab militia’s.

I expect that soon the media will move its attention from the region and it will no longer be headline news. But that does not mean the famine is over. Far from that, the worst may still be to come with the predicted rains season. Thousands and thousands in Mogadishu alone do not have any shelter and this could add to problems of diseases outbreaks among a people already weakened by hunger.

I would say the main issue facing Somalis is the lack of security and stability. The solution is not to just pump in aid money and food, though of course that is a priority at the moment. But the long term solution is for Somalia is to regain its stability, for farmers to sustain their families, for the Somali government to be able to plan ahead droughts response so another famine does not occur.

Finally, I want to thank the British people for their generosity and I would like to add that the British government can help in strengthening and empowering the Somali government. And Of course us Somali’s need to finally reach an agreement.

Thank you for your time.

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Why can’t we end famine in Somalia?

It is a scandal that we are battling famine in the 21st century – and that the growing crisis in this region was ignored.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/28/somalia-famine-crisis?INTCMP=SRCH

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Xafladda 1:a Luulyo & Roma, Italy

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29-June-2011: Shirka Haweenka & Caruurta – Italy

29-June-2011: Warbixin Shirka Haweenka & Caruurta Soomaaliyeed ee Baafo Italia from Maryam Qasim on Vimeo.

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Guardian Article: The women of Somalia are living in hell

Article Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jun/17/women-somalia-hell-worst-world

I recently learned of a poll showing the worst places in the world to be a woman. To my surprise, Somalia was ranked 5th. For me, the situation of women in Somalia stands as the worst in the world.

Mogadishu is a living hell for women struggling to feed their children amid war, drought, famine and utter devastation. No matter how hard I try to describe the situation, you could never imagine the reality on the ground. Indeed, nothing could have prepared me for the destitution and destruction that I saw when I returned to Somalia’s capital last year.

Somalia is often described as the world’s original failed state – a lawless country that has been engulfed in conflict for more than 20 years. But as I work with women on the ground, I find that one of the greatest risk to women’s lives is not war, but birth. One of the most dangerous things a woman in Somalia can do is to become pregnant. When she does, her chances of survival drop considerably due to the nonexistent antenatal care, nonexistent medical supplies, the extraordinarily poor healthcare available and the lack of infrastructure. A woman’s lifetime risk of dying from maternal causes here is 1 in 14. This is one of the highest rates in the world, second only to Afghanistan. When a woman is due to give birth, she just waits for delivery, praying she doesn’t die in the process.

Add to this the constant risk of getting shot or raped, as well as theubiquitous practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) – something 95% of girls aged 4 to 11 face – make women’s lives in Somalia almost unlivable.

Fortunately, however, we’re making progress – albeit one step at a time. The opening of the recent women’s centre in Mogadishu, as well as the frequent radio broadcast programmes on women’s issues, help raise the subject of FGM and its dangers to a national audience. We find that the more women and men are educated about FGM and the difficulties it causes during labour and its contribution to the high maternal death rates; as well as the religious rulings against it, the more people are responding positively. With every mother that says no to FGM, with every wife-seeking husband that says no to FGM, we’re making progress.

At the women’s centre, we try to provide women and young girls with sustainable skills and training, which we hope will allow them to better their lives and to overcome their current situations. In addition to this, we are opening a new, larger women’s centre in the next few weeks, in which we hope to provide basic education, further vocational courses and counselling services. We also plan to use parts of the new centre as an emergency shelter for women who have been abused and have nowhere else to go.

However, the difficult security situation in the country continues to threaten this painstaking progress. Currently, around 1.4 million people, mostly women and children, are displaced within Somalia after being forced to flee their homes. Many young girls and women are at risk of rape every minute of every day. I’ve seen girls as young as 5 who had been raped; the inability to enforce law in several areas allows for savages to kill and rape with impunity.

I urge the international community not to forget the people of Somalia, especially the disproportionately affected women and children, because they need you. With only little resources and expertise on the ground, I ask my fellow sisters scattered around the world to ask the tough questions, knock on the doors of the powerful and to continue to speak up.

We hope here in Somalia that one day, we too can better speak up for the women and girls of the world.

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