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  1. Somali lands

    Canada (four provinces)

    US (two states)

    Iceland (round the island)

    UK (London)

    Ireland (Dublin)

    Netherlands (Amsterdam)

    Italy (Milan/Rome/Florence)

    Spain (Barcelona/Granada)

    China (Beijing/Hong Kong)

    Indonesia (Bali)

    India (Delhi/Agra/Goa)


    Hope for more!

  2. Walee somaalidu yaab weeye. They don't even have the jobs secured and they are already making demands! But since we are the subject, I'll need a Villa overlooking Liido Beach.... :D


    Nin Yaaban, these are civilian roles but I'm sure you could take on some additional paid duties...'cleaning up remnants' of the recently departed, as they would say!

  3. Even in this tragedy of mass exodus, a sliver of hope and positivity can be retrieved. Just look at similar communities and how influential they have become globally, and how they have been able to contribute to re-development in their homelands. The Lebanese come to mind. The key will be timing and maintaining a connection with extended family. Perhaps a newly minted 'Lions of Africa' will emerge.

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    For those contemplating a return to the homeland, here are a number of opportunities by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). Everything from administrative openings, chief of staff, civil engineers, logistics, communications, safety and security, medical, public affairs, and humanitarian affairs. Salaries seem to start around 70k USD for the "P2" classifications. Closes mid November.


    Best of luck!


  5. xiinfaniin;875950 wrote:
    I support Azania /Juballand now. Opposing it now is akin to opposing Somalia's political progress.


    Kenyans are wearing UNISOM hats and are no longer different than the ones occupying Merca. For now both are good for Somalia. I don't know what the president said but he is opposing the looming federal state of Kismayo ...he is indeed making a big mistake.

    Agree with this. Beggars cannot be choosers and Somalia certainly cannot be left to its own devices at the moment. As unpleasant as AMISOM and others are, the alternative is much worse. There will be a time when the country can stand on its own feet but that time is not yet upon us. The end of the tunnel is near.