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They consume more Khat than Somaliland, according to the only statistics available.
In all Somalia, 36.4% of respondents reported khat intake in the week previous to the interview (99% CI 19.3%–57.7%; see Table 3), with the highest levels of all in Bay/Bakol and Mogadishu South (69.4%, 99% CI 64.5%–74.2% and 61.4%, 99% CI 57.0%–65.8%). The estimates for the northern and southern/central part of the country did not differ (26.2%, 99% CI 14.6%–42.5% versus 50.7%, 99% CI 28.9%–72.2%). However, excessive khat use and its related effects seem to be more frequent in southern/central Somalia: consumption of more than two “bundles” per day in the previous week was less frequent in the northern part than in southern/central Somalia (4.0%, 99% CI 3.1%–5.2% versus 28.9%, 99% CI 9.6%–60.9%). Also in this region a greater number of respondents reported more than one sleepless night due to khat chewing in the week prior to the interview (14.5%, 99% CI 11.1–18.5 versus 64.5%, 99% CI 56.1–72.1); but habitual consumption in a solitary setting was not significantly different between regions (11.6%, 99% CI 7.6%–17.4% versus 18.2%, 99% CI 8.9%–33.6%). The self-reported, quantitative information about individual khat chewing in the week before the interview follows the same trend (see Table 4): khat chewing respondents reported that they consumed on average 9.8 “bundles” (SE = 2.1, 99% CI 2.0–17.5) and had 1.7 sleepless nights due to chewing khat in the previous week (SE = 0.4, 99% CI 0.1–3.3). Again, the differences in the reported number of sleepless nights due to khat use in the previous week between northern and southern/central Somalia were evident (0.7, 99% CI 0.6–0.9 versus 2.4, 99% CI 1.8–3.0) but not significant with respect to the consumed quantity (5.7, 99% CI 4.7–6.6 versus 12.7, 99% CI 4.9–20.6). On a regional level, we found the largest consumed quantities (expressed in bundles) in the samples in Mogadishu South (including Lower Shabelle and the “Km 50 Airport,” where many khat-delivering planes land daily: 15.9, 99% CI 14.4–17.5) and in Kismayo (including Lower and Middle Juba; 20.8, 99% CI 18.0–23.6), the two regions closest to the Kenyan border, from where the largest quantity of khat imports arrive. Figure 1 displays graphically the differences between the north and central/southern Somalia.
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"The present study provides information about drug abuse among active security personnel and militia with an emphasis on regional differences in relation to the lack of central governmental control—to our knowledge the first account on this topic."Mental gymnastics
"The present study provides information about drug abuse among active security personnel and militia with an emphasis on regional differences in relation to the lack of central governmental control—to our knowledge the first account on this topic."
man do you even know the studies you are citing
No, your agenda is well known. I think Somalilanders can think for themselves. They will vote for their interests.
It isnt. you got caught out according to their own words is SPECULATION however their previous study says among general population it is higher in the north. Please bring us that study tooBecause it is
Second, according to the perception of participants, the
percentage of khat users among armed personnel of southern
Somalia equals that of the northern part. This observation is
in contrast to the last epidemiological study on khat use ,
which found higher levels in the north, but which studied
only the general population. Based on the assumption that
this result was indicative of the overall prevalence of khat use,
we speculate that khat use among vulnerable groups such as
militia, and probably also among the general population, has
dramatically increased in southern Somalia during the course
of the civil war.
The Consumption of Khat and Other Drugs in Somali Combatants : A Cross-Sectional Study (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/public..._in_Somali_Combatants_A_Cross-Sectional_Study [accessed Sep 10, 2017].
Yes it is a good indicator of the khat consumption among general population, the study your asking for is 30+ years oldIt isnt. you got caught out according to their own words is SPECULATION however their previous study says among general population it is higher in the north. Please bring us that study too
war maxaa ka hadleesaa, take your indicator and bax next time bring us real evidence to support fadhi ku dirir shots, waxaa ka sii daran the danyeero who liked his posts without factual evidence only @waraabe can be excused he's in many threads and has many battlesYes it is a good indicator of the khat consumption among general population, the study your asking for is 30+ years old
40. Elmi AS (1983) The chewing of khat in Somalia. J Ethnopharmacol 8: 163–
I just saw this wtf are you on about, it's a completely different topic it's about armed groups and militias and it's speculative as stated dont come here with your bullshit the funniest part is that you put the link under the quote and probably thought no one would click itThe only quantitative study concerned with Khat consumption in Somalia? You can't get more relevant than that.