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The first phase of the project Land Restoration & Re-Greening Project in Somalia was completed

Project Background Land Restoration and Re-Greening Program is a join project initiated, funded and implemented by SONRREC and Jazeera University which is aimed to restore the degraded land for hope and improve the livelihood of pastoral and agropastoral communities and address the impacts of climate change to natural resources sectors for Somalia through planting beneficial …

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Land Restoration & Re-Greening Project in Somalia

Land Restoration & Re-Greening Project is joint implementation project between Somali Natural Resources Research Center SONRREC and Jazeera University. . This project was broken down into four levels, 1000 plants, 10000 plants, 100000 plants and 1000000 plants.   Objectives : 1. To mitigate the risk of  deforestation and desertification in Somalia 2. To propagation  endangered plant …

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Training on Integrated Pest Management

For the last three decades, Somalia faced improper management of importing confessional pesticides, the consequence of that leaded many pesticides which banned internationally to enter the country, and then primary pests became resistant moreover a large number of farmworkers suffering from the side effect of synthetic pesticides due to improper use of pesticides. The general …

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Moringa

SONRREC cooperated with Jazeera University to establish Nursery

Somali natural resources Research Center cooperated with Jazeera University to establish nursery which specialized Moringa ( Moringa oleifera) seedling production for distributing urban area.   Moringa oleifera belonging to the family of Moringaceae is an effective remedy for malnutrition. Moringa is rich in nutrition owing to the presence of a variety of essential phytochemicals present …

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Training Beekeeping Practice

One day training workshop on capacity building for  different students from nine universities in Mogadishu such as; Somali National University, Jazeera University , Benadir University, Mogadishu University, Zamzam University, Horseed International University, Darul Hikmah University, Somali International University and Salaam University. The training was conducted by Somali Natural resources Research Center SONRREC and Jazeera University, …

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Training Workshop on Water Security for Juba and Shabelle River Basins in Somalia

100 professionals across the globe attended the training workshop on Water Security for Juba and Shabelle River Basins in Somalia  which jointly presented by Abdullahi Hassan , who is the member of management committee of Water Security and Safety Management of International Water Association (IWA) and Founder of SONRREC and Professor Eckstein who is the …

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Training Workshop on International Water Law and Treaties to Somali students across the Globe

Somali Natural Resources Research Center (SONRREC) conducted a training workshop on International Water Law and Treaties to fresh graduates and Somali students who are persuading their master degree in Water sector across Universities in Africa, Asia and Europe.  The students were equipped to fully understand the different water conventions and the principle of equitable utilization and principle …

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Impact of Desert Locust invasion to stable food crops of Somalia

Desert locust or Schistocerca gregaria, is one of the most devastating migratory pests in the world and it is highly mobile and feeds on large quantities of any kind of green vegetation, including crops, pasture, and fodder. A typical swarm can be made up of 150 million locusts per square kilometer and is carried on …

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