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 →

Youth Peer Education Network (Ypeer Somalia ) remains steadfast in bringing about a positive change in the lives of youth nationally. Over the year 2022, various significant interventions in this regard were implemented by the team, largely with support of the long-standing partner UNFPA and UNDP. This is the our annual report covering all interventions.  The report specifically makes an account of performance of the following projects: GBV and SRHR, including FGM and maternal child health, governance and peace as well as youth entrepreneurship and TVET at youth centres. read more →

Y-PEER conducted awarness raising session at Tilmame Youth Center in Garowe for university students to promote readership among the Somali youth and university students in particular. Y-PEER manages 8 youth.. read more →

Y-PEER senior management and staff organized a farewell for Anders Thomsen, the outgoing Country Representative for United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Somalia. Anders has been leading the UNFPA for the.. read more →

Having access to period products is neither a luxury nor a privilege, it is a human right but to some girls and women it is a difficult thing to obtain… read more →

Farhiya Jama is 42 years old mom of three daughters. She is one of the residents of Bilan IDP camp Garowe and an activist leading her community on the fight.. read more →