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Banadir Region’s Governor Commits to Providing Essential Services for Displaced People

Storyline:National News

GOOBJOOG NEWS | MOGADISHU: Banadir region governor and Mayor of Mogadishu Yusuf Hussein Madale has reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to addressing the humanitarian needs of displaced people in Mogadishu and other regions of the country.

In a statement, the mayor highlighted the various issues faced by displaced families and outlined his administration’s plans to ensure their well-being and integration into the community.

“We are committed to providing education, health, housing, and job creation for the displaced people. The Banadir regional administration is doing everything it can to address the various problems faced by these families,” mayor Madale said in the statement.

He further emphasized the need to ensure that children from displaced families have access to education and healthcare, while also recognizing the need to create employment opportunities for adults to support their families.

Mayor Madale also stated that the administration is focusing on holistic approaches to improve the living conditions of displaced individuals across Somalia so as to ensure that they have access to shelter and other essential services.

“Displaced families, especially those from regions like Lower Shabelle in South West and Middle Shabelle in Hir-Shabelle, have specific needs that we must address. We are committed to holding consultations and working collaboratively to find sustainable solutions,” he stated.

The commitment from the Mayor’s office comes at a crucial time as many families continue to face challenges after being displaced from various regions of Somalia.

The ongoing conflict and natural disasters have exacerbated the situation, leading to an increased need for coordinated humanitarian efforts.