The Forgotten Guardafui : When a region complains, international bodies act !! Who do justice to them ??
The ability of individuals to complain to UN agencies for violating their rights or ignoring their areas accidentally or intentionally lends real meaning to the rights contained in human rights treaties.
Since the Puntland State House of Representatives, at its 30th session in June 2013, formally approved the Province of GARDAFUU as the ninth province of the state, the new regions could not communicate well with international organizations, and with the passage of time the communication was completely cut off.
As the burden increases and the response remains almost nonexistent, there is a real urgency to address the needs of these regions and communities. Keeping in mind the impact of the COVID-19 virus outbreak on the population that made matters worse.
The immediacy of this response is required both to support local communities that are overburdened and in desperate need of support, but also to reduce the future drivers of criminal activities such as piracy & the spread of armed militias that are once again resurfacing.
Within the mechanisms already available, the response requires better coordination of activities — on the international and local levels — that both empowers local actors and ensure that the international community's support for development activities reaches directly and without interfering with officials taking advantage of the rugged illegal roads.
In the past four years, and in light of the floods and storms that the region has gone through, there is no doubt that international organizations have allocated urgent humanitarian and development programs, but none of these programs and projects has reached the region and The reason, according to regional officials, is that these areas are not included in the areas targeted for United Nations projects for unknown reasons
|An image that reflects the international projects promised to the region and how they often end|
|Baragaal city police station building, which UN organizations had promised, to rebuild and modernize|
We do not blame the Aid NGOs, but we blame the local government, they never come to see what is happening and they appoint uneducated people to run these projects in a manner that appears deliberately for not disclosing what is happening to anyone and there are no representatives for donors as well.