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The vital role that Somali front-line radio workers played in covering El Nino rains

On this World Radio Day 2024, the Somali Media Women Association (SOMWA) would like to present a piece that highlights the role Somali radio...

SOMWA presents its annual report of 2023

SOMWA has published its annual report of 2023. In the report you will find all the activities done during the year of 2023.

SOMWA holds an open discussion on ending violence against women and girls as part of the 16-days of activism.

On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls, SOMWA, in partnership with UNSOM, conducted two panel discussions and group...

SOMWA calls ending impunity for crimes against journalists

Today, as we commemorate the international day to end crimes against journalists, we sadly once again rank among the worst countries where crimes against...

SOMWA holds a one-day open discussion on one-person, one-vote elections in Hudur, Southwest State Somalia

Hudur, Somalia 14 Jun 2023- The Somali Media Women Association (SOMWA) holds a one-day open discussion on direct elections in Somalia and the promotion...

SOMWA concludes two days of communication and public speaking training for 30 female politicians in Hudur, Somalia.

Hudur, Somalia 12-05-2023 - The Somali Media Women Association (SOMWA) held a two-day communication and public speaking training for 30 current and aspiring female...

SOMWA holds three-day training for Hudur, Bakool journalists on election reporting.

Hudur, Somalia - Somali Media Women Association (SOMWA) concluded a three-day training on journalist’s election reporting, countering hate, and preventing disinformation, misinformation, and malinformation...

Despite abuse and sexism, women journalists in Somalia are fighting back to do their job

Fathi M. Ahmed, Maryan Seylac and Muthoki Mumo discuss the challenges they’ve faced and how colleagues and editors could help Pursuing journalism is not easy...