Somalian Woman Makes Her Mark in the Camel Trade

Stephen G. Hall
Sep 17, 2019 - 12:10
Somalian Woman Makes Her Mark in the Camel Trade

Somalia is often viewed through a Western lens as war torn and ravaged. The country experienced a protracted and bloody civil war between the government and Islamist insurgents beginning in 1986 with an estimated death toll up to 1 million people. But, this is an incomplete view of the nation. In 2012, the successful campaigns to curtail the insurgents led to the establishment of the Federation of Somalia. As part of the aftermath of the civil war, the economy was restructured...

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