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Our work in Somalia
The BBC World Service Trust is focusing on education and livelihoods in Somalia. We are working with a wide range of partners to improve literacy and numeracy skills, and to help people involved in the livestock sector make a better living. More about our work in Somalia
So far this year nearly 300 refugees from Somalia have died in the attempt to cross the Gulf of Aden. Somali Lifeline, a new weekly programme aims to raise awareness of the challenges and dangers of a life in exile.  Read more
Helping Somali livestock farmers to make a better living
We work in partnership with the BBC Somali Service, the Africa Educational Trust, the European Union's Rehabilitation Programme for Somalia and a wide range of stakeholders in the country to deliver relevant knowledge and skills to all those working in the livestock sector.   Read more
We are working in partnership with the Africa Educational Trust and the BBC Somali Service to deliver weekly radio programmes and face-to-face tutorials to improve literacy and numeracy skills in Somalia.  Read more
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