Republic of Somaliland
Ministry of National Planning and Development

 A ground breaking ceremony for the reconstruction and rehabilitation works of Dayaha Boarding school was held today in Erigavo. The event marks the start of the Dayaha component of the Sool and Sanaag Education Project which aims to improve access to secondary education services for the people of Sool and Sanaag, particularly for children from pastoralist families. The project is implemented by the Somaliland Ministry of Education and Higher Studies and funded by the Somaliland Development Fund (SDF).

The Somaliland Minister of Health, Mr. Saleeban Essa Ahmed, and the Minister of Education, Mr. Abdillahi Ibrahim Habbane, jointly officiated over the launching of the reconstruction of the Las Anod boarding school and rehabilitation of Las Anod regional Hospital.

On the 15th of June, an Event was held in the Ambassador Hotel marking the official closing of the SDF-funded Capacity Surge Project Phase 2 (CSP2) in Hargeisa. Since November 2015, 130 civil servants from Hargeisa, Las Anod and Erigavo took part in CSP2, a training programme on project management delivered jointly by the SDF Secretariat and the Civil Service Institute. During the Closing Event, the 85 trainees from Hargeisa who had successfully completed the training, received Certificates of Project Management. Separate Events will be held in July for the trainees from Las Anod and Erigavo.

The Somaliland Development Fund has today officially handed over twelve motor vehicles to four line Ministries and one government Agency implementing Somaliland Development Fund (SDF) projects at the Ministry of National Planning and Development offices. The handover event was officiated by the Hon. Ali Hussien Ismail, the Minister of National Planning and Development who is also the Chairperson of the National Planning Commission and the SDF Joint Steering Committee.

The Somaliland Minister for Environment and Rural Development Madam Shukri Haji Ismail Bandare has today officially closed a training program for 18 participants from Ministry’s regional offices.