HA has always been doing better than those clans, its not a new phenomenaThe provinces in the red Sool, Togdheer and Sanaag are where the craziest and proudest nomadic northern clans are from, namely the Habar Yoonis, Habar Jeclo and Dhulbahante. It's sad to see that they've been humbled by the droughts, and the clans that they would tease for being soft urbanites or petty farmers or fisherman, like the Habar Awal, Gadabuursi and Majeerteen, are now doing much better than them.
Northeast is outperforming the rest of the country in every aspect with a 40-50% margin.@Abdalla the funny thing is that you would expect a place like Mogadishu to have a lot of inequality, but to also have a better off upper class compared to the Northeast. The Northeast can be more equal, but you would expect its upper class to be poorer than those of Mogadishu, the results point in the opposite direction.
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I am thinking about putting the data through an HDI calculator and figuring out the numbers for the regions. That would be very interesting.Northeast is outperforming the rest of the country in every aspect with a 40-50% margin.
I really doubt they will do a follow up of a survey of this magnitude.I am thinking about putting the data through an HDI calculator and figuring out the numbers for the regions. That would be very interesting.
The World Bank is going to do this same excersise again this year or the next, so we should know if current results hold. I want to know if the gap is shrinking or growing.
I can't blame you for the fetish. My Canbabuur brings all the boys to the yard.No, I meant we can rehearse the storyline. Our version will have a twist, unlike Darood I won't be mounting a tree
They say they will do another survey this past summer on page 7. They are probably going through the data now. This will be for all gobols except Middle Juba.I really doubt they will do a follow up of a survey of this magnitude.
In order to do a HDI calculation you need indicators such as life expectancy, years of schooling etc etc. Those indicators are not expressed in this report, however you can find it on other databases. Those databases are not up to date though, at least for Somalia
I find it more interesting if the Puntland government did this kind of survey and see whether the results hold. I mean they don't have to do the complex calculations, all they need is collect the data by means of questionnaires and outsource the calculations to the WB. But they are too lazy and lack initiative.
There will be much more improvement in the next few yearsThis proves that, PL has something that other Somali Admins in the Horn do not: Human Resources. While others boast about, their tropical environment, we'll continue to prosper.