First of all, congratulations for all of you for helping Somaliland in the various ways you do
uniquely through your publishing you webspaces. Every little thing helps go a long way in healing your homeland.
Secondly, I would like to ask you the following question.
What do 'Haatuf's pictorial evidence of corruption', 'Mariam Jooma. Experiences from the parliamentary elections in Somaliland', and 'Tabea Zierau. Politics and Economy in Nation-building Processes: Somaliland Republic' have in common? Probably not much. They do discuss some aspects of life in Somaliland. More importantly, they can now also be accessed online through this website http://storm.prohosting.com/mbali/docs.htm.
Why check it
This archives was set up to provide access to published articles and manuscripts available for fair public use. Somaliland documents archives contains the online articles from high-impact, peer-reviewed journals and other scholarly content, as well as from journalistic sources, with over 215 articles available without subscription. Many of these articles have been taken from various sources from the Internet. They have been put here for your convenience. Good Reading. More will put here when they are available.
A bridge from research to practice
Basic research is vital in laying down the foundations for effective practice, for identifying flawed practices and for encouraging innovation. Yet research in only valuable if it is available to the public. This site strives to meet the needs of the viewing public in accessing good quality resources in using them both for continued research or for recreational browsing. If you are serious about Somaliland studies, this archives is a must have.
Fadlan, if you can add a link from your website pointing towards this website, it will be appreciated.
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