Sunday, June 25, 2017
Wardheer News

Somalia broadens its youth soccer league through FIFA support

Financed by FIFA, a broadened second edition of Somalia’s Domestic youth football league, has kicked off at Banadir Stadium, with Baarbe youth team winning the inaugural match after beating Anadol boys 2-0 on Thursday. Baarbe’s striker, Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud, scored … Continued

Line of Death: A short Story

By Abdihakim Marayare Editor’s Note: This is a vivid, poignant, fictionalized portrayal of Al-Shabaab’s vast infiltration of Mogadishu. The militant group has long waged a war of terror in the capital, killing politicians, journalists, entertainers, and other innocent people. This short … Continued

A day in the life of a young Somali girl

Editor’s note: Humanity Against Poverty (HAP) begins their work with a human story. By dipping into the rich stories of people impacted by poverty. It’s a digital platform that prides itself in depicting the beautiful, ornately layered stories of people … Continued

Here Come the Young

By Kristin Lord, FP As tweets and headlines skip from crisis to crisis, the largest youth population in human history is coming of age in a steady, unstoppable wave. While countries across Europe and East Asia are grappling with declining … Continued

Somali Youth: Genration Tomorrow

New generation, new hope

By Dr. Hamdi Mohamed “Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars”  Khalil Gibran Change is in the air! No, it is not the vibrancy of rebuilding a country – nor the … Continued

Somalia refutes claims of child abuse

Xinhua- The Somali government on Wednesday slammed a sensational report that appeared in the Washington Post, alleging its security forces were involved in violation of children’s rights. In a statement, Mogadishu trashed the report from the leading American newspaper, terming … Continued