Training Workshop on Water Security for Juba and Shabelle River Basins in Somalia
Training Workshop on International Water Law and Treaties to Somali students across the Globe
Somalia Flood Alerts and Update in 2020
Impact of Desert Locust invasion to stable food crops of Somalia
Importance of Conducting Scientific Research to Somali Universities in Mogadishu

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Climate of Somalia

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Somalia generally has an arid to semi-arid climate. Rainfall is the defining characteristic of the climate and has a great spatial and temporal variability. The climate of Somalia is determined
by the north and south movement of the inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ). In most
areas of Somalia this results in two rainfall seasons – the Gu as the zone passes northwards and the Deyr as it moves south. In both cases, rain is produced from the moist air derived from the Indian Ocean, in the southerly air stream. The north-easterly winds, emanating from Asia and
Arabia, produce little significant rain. 

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Research Proposal and Thesis Writing

Somali Natural Resource Research Center (SONRREC) in collaboration with Somali National University, Faculty of Agriculture and Environment Science organized a

Importance of Research in Somalia

SONRREC organized and conducted a training workshop on Importance of Research in Somalia to the academic institutions, graduate and non-graduate

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