Canadian novelist and scholar Margaret Laurence, who originally coined the term “Nation of Poets” to describe the Somali people, she could not have been far from the truth. The cultural.. read more →

Born in 2004, Rayan Yusuf Yahye, a young girl from Mogadishu, has faced more challenges in her young life than many do in a lifetime. Her story is one of.. read more →

Abdirizak Hassan Dibad, a 30-year-old from the Afgoye district in the Lower Shabelle region, has experienced a life marked by hardship and relentless determination. His journey is one of transformation,.. read more →

Y-PEER Somalia has undertaken a pivotal study to assess and enhance the acceptance and uptake of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) and rotavirus vaccine among Somali communities. The Knowledge, Attitudes, and.. read more →

In the dynamic landscape of Somalia, Y-PEER stands as a beacon of hope, driving change and fostering development through a multitude of impactful projects. With a focus on youth and.. read more →

In a recent survey conducted by Y-Peer Somalia, a national NGO, key findings have emerged that highlight both the strengths and challenges in vaccine acceptance and coverage within Somali communities… read more →