Street Generation Deserve Dignified Life

The Content in this container is what Street Generations in Jigjiga use on daily basis. It is Called Somali Xamag and Mastesh in Amharic. They use it as a kind of drug. No doubts that they use huge drags if they get access. If we don’t Act today and save them before this takes them where we can’t even get close to them let alone bring them back from this ugly life in the Future. The Users of this kind of product are mothers, fathers, youth, and children who are part and parcel of the people who make the Somali Region’s Populations.

Government must take an action to help these Generations. Even if the Government has no budget line for this Issue, there are lots of things that they can do. At least it can publicize this and show their role and willingness to engage, then no doubt that any actor who has Resources will come on board any minute after that. I don’t need to point my fingers at Government only but other actors who are based in Somali like Child and women mandated organizations must act too as well.

Like a Combat soldier, the difference between success and failure is the ability to adopt his enemy. The same is true for the Child and Organization the difference between success and failure is the ability to respond and provide the know-how to the Somali Government and stand with until the last solutions.

I wish if we all from Government to Community, Elites all kind of people who can save these from this life and can take part to bring these generations back into their dignified life.

Guys Let us rush and reach before it is too late.

I Will translate this into Somali too Soon or if a friend is ready I can authorize to do so.

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Writer, educationalist, award-winning advocate and contributor, and former Researcher at Global Voices, Consultant at United Nations. ✉️ abdiaziz172@gmail.com

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Abdiaziz Ali Hussein

Abdiaziz Ali Hussein

Writer, educationalist, award-winning advocate and contributor, and former Researcher at Global Voices, Consultant at United Nations. ✉️ abdiaziz172@gmail.com

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