Somaliland Diaspora Office
Establishing Official Diaspora Engagement Institution has been part of the political program of the incumbent political party, Kulmiye, and the commitment of the past Somaliland President, HE. Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud (Siilaanyo) during his campaign for the country’s leadership and thus became one of his first fulfilments after election in 2010.
The Somaliland Diaspora Office (SLDO), was established on the basis of the presidential decree No JSM/M/DM/249/0133/08210 dated on 26/8/2010 as autonomous public body aligned to the Foreign Affairs Policy; and is based on the national constitutional article 90th for the coordination and cooperation of Somaliland Diaspora communities worldwide.
|Job Posting Title||Location||Department||Date|
|Primary Computer Teacher – Pharo Schools||Hargeisa - Somaliland||Education||September 7, 2020|
|Lower Primary Teacher – Pharo Schools||Hargeisa - Somaliland||Education||September 7, 2020|
|Re-advertisement: GENERAL MANAGER – PHARO CONSTRUCTION SOMALILAND||Hargeisa - Somaliland||Social Enterprises||August 31, 2020|
September 9, 2019
June 11, 2019
November 10, 2019
Diaspora Volunteer Guide
you can volunteer to support SLDA work and interests of your country, Somaliland include the following:-
this is for gathering information of the professional members with the various educational backgrounds and qualifications, information of the professional Somalilanders
this is for seeking potential partnerships and sponsors for funding for specific prioritized projects in Somaliland which we assign you to support. Designing and writing
this is for raising monetary funds or other kind donations both from the Somalilanders community and from other stakeholders in the hosting country
you can support public institutional capacity building b volunteering to review and develop policies, procedures, plans and other tools necessary for the efficiency
The Lack of Volunteer-funded programs cannot enable volunteers to go field trips or work in remote and rural areas outside the cities provided that you are not a Self-funded Volunteer or such an organized Self-funded Voluntary Team, and also has no other means of sponsor to work there. However, this can also depend on the employer public organization as some of them may support the Professional Volunteer to go field trips and do works in remote and rural areas in the regions.
Of course yes, all the Somaliland Diaspora professionals, activists and scholars who are regularly contributing to Somaliland are our beloved volunteers.
As a citizen of Somaliland, it is your duty to volunteer to serve home as so it is to every other Somalilander, and our country needs much human capital to develop and prosper according to Somaliland Vision 2030.