About Somalia Gender Hub
The Somalia Gender Hub endeavors to embed itself in local knowledge networks and structures. It works with Somali universities to set up Gender Studies programs and cooperate with other research centers in Somalia. The Hub is a leading and influential center for research on gender and Somali women.
We work with Puntland Women Writers based in Garowe, Puntland State of Somalia whose programs focus on developing and publishing women writers in Puntland in the Somalia regions.
The Somalia Gender Hub organises regular short- and long-term blogging workshops aimed at Somali women and young girls.
The Hub has thus far trained over 60 Somali women on blogging skills, opening a blog, maintaining a blog, writing meaningful opinionated blog posts on burning special issues as well as digital activism skills.
TRAINING 2021 – 8 Week Introduction to Research Writing and Analysis Training Course for Somali Women
The Somalia Gender Hub is organizing an 8-week Research Training for 20 Somali women in higher education, research and academia. The training will shed light on how to go about
The Somalia Gender Hub is organizing an international 3 day conference (5th, 6th and 7th of August) on Somali women in higher education, research and academia. The conference will shed light on the situation of Somali women in higher education as well as explore the challenges women face and examine opportunities.
Sahra Ahmed Koshin – finding peace & bliss
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Gender issues in Somalia
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Learning from the nearly 30 years of war, civil unrest and bloodshed, I’d help build communities based on honesty, respect and compassion for one another. I would appoint a Minister… Read more