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Somalia country plan consultation
Issue 334
Front Page
Index
Headlines

Unidentified Missile Sinks Eritrean Gun-Boat

Somaliland Police And Judiciary Receive UNDP-Donated Vehicles

British Diplomats From UK Embassies In Ethiopia, Kenya and Yemen Visit S/land

Somaliland President Receives UNDP Delegation

Sighting of Satellite/Debris In Hargeysa Night-Sky

Las Anod Clan Elders 'Give Up' On Puntland Govt

AAAS Geospatial Analysis Confirms Destruction of Towns, Houses in East Ethiopia

Nine dead in Djibouti-Eritrea border clashes

UNDP Accused Of Links To Al-Shabbab In Somalia

Regional Affairs

Somaliland Government & Opposition Parties Sign New Accord

African states condemn Djibouti-Eritrea border skirmishes

Editorial
Special Report

International News

U.S. Condemns Eritrean Border Attack

Aging French military set to get boost

Obama, Mccain Squabble Over Town Hall Faceoffs

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

Somaliland Seeks A Little Respect

Remember! Remember!

Food crisis may be a boon for small farmers in Africa

U.S. Military's Middle East Crusade for Christ

UN Council's Africa Trip Brings Mixed Results

Suited for the New Diplomacy?

Beyond The Last Computer

Somalia country plan consultation

World food crisis: WFP launches strategic plan

Nairobi to host first regional broadcast and film conference

Food for thought

Opinions

The sum of all our fears

CANADA FINALLY RIGHTS A DISSASTEROUS WRONG
AND ALSO OFFERS HOPE TO ITS MUSLIM POLULATIONS

In memory of Saeed Meygag Samater

U.S. Wins Dividing the Islamic Court Union

Somaliland's 2008 budget : A remarkable achievement for an unrecognized nation

Somaliland Political Stand off Resolved, what is next:

Tribute to Omar Jama Ismail


Questions that we would like your views on

1. Does international assistance help or hinder countries in conflict (like Somalia) to reach reconciliation or stability? How can any negative effects be overcome?

2. Somaliland receives a significant part of DFID’s Somali development funds (around 50%). Is this balance correct, given the likely competing demands from South/Central Somalia and Puntland?

3. What sectors within the EU + Norway Country Strategy Paper (see background) should DFID focus on, or give more priority to (taking into account our current sectors)?

4. Should DFID take into account gender, clan, cultural and religious issues when implementing programmes; and if so, how?

5. What can DFID do to help bring about a genuine reconciliation between different Somali groups (e.g. opposition groups / factions, the TFG and Somaliland)?

6. Given the lack of security and effective government, is DFID’s current focus on emergency humanitarian support and development assistance right?

7. Should DFID focus its support ‘top-down’ on assisting the Transitional Federal Institutions and the Somaliland and Puntland authorities to function, or put more focus ‘bottom-up’ on supporting communities in their decision making and designing and implementing their plans?

khalil Aden Abdi
Tenancy Support Officer


The PLACES for PEOPLE Group
Tel: 0117 970 4522
Email: Abdi.Khalil@placesforpeople.co.uk
www.placesforpeople.co.uk
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