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EMPOWERING FARMERS IN SOMALILAND United They Stand, Divided They Fall

In recent years, the concept of farmer empowerment has increasingly become an important part of the development agenda being widely regarded as the most sustainable approach to helping poor farmers in becoming more productive.
In fact, farmer empowerment is widely accepted as a precondition for demand-driven development with farmers articulating their demands. Hence, farmer associations have the potential for providing a common platform for joint action through which small-scale farmers can gain the advantage of economy of scale in accessing services and markets.
Moreover, farmer empowerment supports farmers

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BUILDING THE AGRICULTURAL CAPACITIES OF RETURNEES Helping Returnees Become Productive Again

The devastating civil war in the 1980s virtually scarred every aspect of the Somali people, destroying most of the country's basic infrastructure. The livelihood means and the absorptive capacity of communities – particularly the resilience and adaptability of basic services - were also shattered.
When the returnees came back home after the civil war had ended, they were faced with a very bleak future finding their houses and livelihoods destroyed. Durable reintegration projects tailored to their circumstances were urgently needed in order to avoid the returnee dependency

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To lead people of Somaliland towards
sustainable development, peace and
equitable social justice.

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To create better opportunities for
both the urban and rural poor through
sustainable and participatory development
approaches in order to sustain livelihoods.

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