Determined to make it
Hamdia Nasir Ibrahim is a 23-year-old Ethiopian asylum seeker and a mother of two who lives in Masala area of Hargeisa, Somaliland. She came to Somaliland in 2010 with them. “I am the bread winner of my children, aged two and half years and 11 months. Currently, I work at NRC Norwegian Refugee Council and I earn US$ 190 monthly, which helps to take care of my children. For me to sustain my family I have to work hard,” she says.
Giving hope to children orphaned by war
During civil strife children are orphaned while others get lost. Due to conflict in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the years, thousands of children have been orphaned, while others are faced with the difficulty of tracing their parents. Some of these children come along with neighbours or strangers to Kyangwali Refugee Settlement and in most cases do not get proper care.
Clergyman leads tree planting in refugee settlement
As one gains access to Kyangwali Refugee Settlement, there are tall trees on both sides of the entrance. One can barely see most of the buildings in the area. The trees have been planted over the years, and the pioneer in the exercise is a clergyman.
Youth group celebrates new facility
Mundri West County has yet another reason to celebrate following the flagging off an AAH South Sudan/CAPOR, MAYA (Mundri Active Youth Association) and local community joint venture that seen the construction of an art set up.
Natale Zingisi, 47, is a farmer in Ngindo Boma, Yambio County of South Sudan. He owns 15 fedans where he plants maize both for sale and home consumption.
When conflict broke out in the country, many people were displaced as their homes were burnt down.