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Erigavo’s Students Trained In Leadership

ISSUE 254
Front Page
Index
Headlines

Buroa Police Arrest Prominent Clan Leader

SNM Veteran Commander Hassan Yonis Habane Dies

US Seeks UN Backing For Somalia Peacekeeping Force

World AIDS Day Celebrated In Somaliland

Erigavo’s Students Trained In Leadership

New chapter in UN-Somaliland cooperation

Floods In East Africa Said To Kill 250

Somalia On Edge After Baidoa Suicide Attack

Regional Affairs

Somaliland Administration And UNDP Agree New 2007 Partnership

Uganda : Journalists Call for Respect of Media Freedom

Editorial
Special Report

International News

US Defends Somalia Peacekeeping Plan

Religious fanaticism not the main cause of political violence and terrorism

INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP: Somalia Conflict Risk Alert

Somalia Needs To Be Stabilized - US

Iran turns up the Heat

Citing Spike In Somalia’s Arms Trade, Security Council Extends Group Tracking Flows

Al-Jazeera and the Truth

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Somaliland Within The Context Of The Bush Administration’s War On Terrorism

Somalia: Getting It Wrong In Somalia, Again

Sending African Troops Into Somalia 'Would Trigger War'

Islamists Claim Clash With Ethiopian Troops

Iman Promotes Online Auction To Help Fight AIDS

Eritrea : The Somali Problem Should Be Left for Somalis to Tackle!

Conflicts And Peace Building in Africa

Food for thought

Opinions

More Warning Signs Of Islamic Courts Influence In Somaliland & Desperate Need For Somaliland Response And Message

Media, The Hand That Rules Somaliland

The Imminence Of A Proxy War In Somalia And Its Ramifications – From A Somalilander’s Viewpoint

Islamism Rode Democracy's Wave

The Miracles At Hargeysa And Mogadishu. What Lessons Can Be Learned And What Is The Path To The Future?

Ethiopia And Kenya In Peril: Good US Strategy?


Erigavo, December 2, 2006 (SL Times) – A training program on leadership, peace and governance based on justice was held at Erigavo, capital of Sanag region. As reported by our correspondent for Sanag region, 60 students who were part of the Boy-Scouts took part in the training. The Boy Scouts organization was formed in 2005 by the Sanag administration.

The training was scheduled to go on for 6 days and it was implemented by a national organization called SCBO and was financed by CARE international. The President of SCBO (Mr. Hassan Ibrahim Ahmed (Bulsho)) and Mr. Muhammad Dahir (a Representative of Care International) spoke at the opening of the program.

Source: Somaliland Times


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