Itoobiya iyo Israel yaa u daran Soomaaliya ?
Moment Innovation Africa – December 4, 2017 –Soomaali badan ayaa aqbaar fiican ku sheegay inuusan madaxweyne Farmaajo la kulmin ra’iisul wasaaraha Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, labadda nin ayaa ka mid ahaa madaxdii ka qeyb gashay caleemo saarkii madaxweynaha Kenya, sida aan xogta ku heyno ma jirin kulamo qaas ah oo qorshaha ugu jiray madaxweyne Farmaajo. Continue reading
Full steam ahead
Is there a future for industrialization on the African continent?
In 1841, Friedrich List wrote: “the power of producing wealth is infinitely more important than wealth itself.” This axiom is just as relevant for industrial “latecomers” as it was for the economies of List’s time. Indeed, the pursuit of increased production possibilities, rather than simply increased production, provides the bedrock for various governmental initiatives falling under the umbrella of industrial policy. However, dynamic efficiency gains for developing countries today are not hidden where the wealthy countries left them. To unlock new levels in productivity, African countries need to navigate a global economic landscape profoundly different from the one in which Germany, the US and the East Asian tigers found themselves. Continue reading
Moment Research Consultancy | December , 2 2017
Moment Resesrch Consultancy recently reported on the final project of Bezalel Academy of Arts student Tal Bahar entitled ‘Charge Yourself.’ When we stumbled on the idea for an urban solar-powered, phone-charging bench, we just couldn’t get enough of the environmentally-friendly and mobile technology-driven idea, until we came across the eTree. No longer in the realm of academic projects, the eTree is the brainchild of artist Yoav Ben-Dov who was commissioned to construct the urban tree habitat by the Israeli solar energy company Sologic. So what’s so magical about the idea of the eTree? Continue reading
Da sempre sostengo che non risolveremo il problema di un continente povero e in grande crescita demografica come l’#Africa, se non riusciremo ad assicurare uno #sviluppo decente a quelle popolazioni in patria.
Per questo è necessario un grande #Piano #Marshall.
Slavery scandal overshadows EU-Africa summit
Abidjan – Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara demanded action on Wednesday to combat migrant slave trading in Libya, as the issue dominated a Europe-Africa summit meant to focus on long-term growth and stability.
Summit host Ouattara lashed slavery as a “wretched drama which recalls the worst hours of human history.”
“I would like to appeal to our sense of responsibility to take all urgent measures to put an end to that practice, which belongs to another age,” he said, opening the gathering of 55 African Union and 28 European Union nations in Ivory Coast’s economic capital. Continue reading
AU, EU summit winds up after anti-slavery initiative
Abidjan – A summit gathering European and African leaders from more than 80 countries drew to a close on Thursday with plans for the immediate evacuation of some 3 800 African migrants stranded in Libya.
Wrapping up the summit in the Ivorian capital, a top African Union official said there could be as many as 700 000 Africans trapped in Libya, where many have suffered atrocities and even been sold into slavery.
The two-day summit of the African Union (AU) and European Union (EU) was showcased as a project to boost development in Africa as it faces a population crunch. Continue reading
Somalia has to work with Israel and be bilateral partners. Most people don’t know that Israel was the first country who recognized Somalia as a country in 1960s when ARAB nations turned their backs to Somalia.
Haddii Farmaajo la kulmo Netanyahu, maxaa ku jaban?
November 30, 2017 – Lugaha ay Israa’iil ku taagan tahay waa Maraykanka, la’aantiisna waa shaki la’aan in aysan jirteen amma ugu yaraan aysan ahaateen dowlad aad u awood badan (super power nation).
Siyaasadda arrimaha dibedda iyo tan gudaha Maraykanka waxaa jaangooya oo jiheeya yahuudda. Dhammaan siyaasiinta Maraykanka oo ay ka mid yihiin-kumase koobna-: Madaxweynaha, Mw. xigeenka, xildhibaannada, guddoomiyaasha goballada iyo xataa xoghayaasha Madaxweynaha (golaha wasiirrada) iyo agaasimiyaasha haddii aysan oggollaanshaha yahuudda haysan ma soo gudbaan.
Siyaasiinta Maraykanka marka ay xil u ordaan waxay isku bajiyaan Yahuudda baad ka soo horjeeddaa ama waxay ku faannaan anigu saaxiib dhow baan la ahay. Sababtuna rejadooda baa ku xidhan. Maraykan iyo Israa’iil waa ul iyo diirkeed. Si kale haddii aan u dhaho Maraykanku waa Yahuud, Yahuudna waa Maraykan.
Yahuuddu ma aha oo kaliya dalka Maraykanku lacagta u badan siiyo ee sidoo kale waa dalka kaliya ee aan la weyddiin sida uu u qorsheeyo gargaarkaas amma waxa u ku qabto. Nus ka mid ah lacagtaas waxay ku soo laabataa dalka Maraykanka iyada oo gacanta u gasha uruurro yahuuda oo danaha Israa’iil u adeega sida: AIPAC oo lacagtaa ku soo saarta siyaasiinta dalka Maraykanka xilalka uga ordaaya oo Guriga Cad iyo kan Capitol Hill (Guriga Baarlamaanka) ka mid yihiin.
Haddaba akhristow sidaa aad aragto haddii aan waxba u dhexeyn Yahuudda iyo Maraykanka, Maxay tahay sababta aan midna u colaadin, midna u jecelnahay in aan xirriir saaxiibtinnimo oo dhow ula sameysanneynno dal ahaan? Cidda tidhi yaan yahuud wax lagu darsan waa carab. Carabna Masar iyo Sacuudi baa u indho ah iyana si toos ah bay ula macaammillaan.
Soomaaliya hoggaankeedu waxaa laaga fadhiyaa in u jeexo siyaasad arrimo dibeddeed oo aan diin, midab iyo hayb toonna ku dhisneeyn, balse dan qaran sees u tahay.
Call it a comeback: Israel’s grand “return” to Africa
In exchange for development support, Israel wants African votes at international forums. This may prove trickier than it thinks.
Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu with West African heads of state at the ECOWAS summit in June 2017. Credit: Israel Government Press Office.
This June, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu broke new ground as he became the first non-African leader to speak at the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) summit. During his speech in Monrovia, he declared once again that “Israel is coming back to Africa”. Continue reading