Huge World Bank poverty survey

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  1. Thegoodshepherd

    Thegoodshepherd Galkacyo iyo Calula dhexdood

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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.

    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.
     
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  2. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis

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    I knew this new revelation would attract women. We can be modern day Darood and Doonbiro
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  4. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis

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    No, I meant we can rehearse the story line. Our version will have a twist, unlike Darood I won't be mounting a tree :mjpls:
     
  5. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis

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    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.
     
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    Armadillo A FATHER / A HUSBAND/ A PUNTITE

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    This 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.
     
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    Armadillo A FATHER / A HUSBAND/ A PUNTITE

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    May Allah SWT, bless and grant Abdullahi Yusuf, Janatul Fardaous. Without him, Puntland would not exist.
     
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  9. Thegoodshepherd

    Thegoodshepherd Galkacyo iyo Calula dhexdood

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    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.
     
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  10. Cotton Eyed Joe

    Cotton Eyed Joe More law, less justice.

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    There will be much more improvement in the next few years
    1- We have a many local agencies such as Puntland Agency For Social Welfare which was founded in 2009 and other local institutions who do vocational education for young PLers.
    2- Ministries such as Health, Education, Family Affairs are always held by technocrats or generally educated diaspora. For example, the current interior minister in the Mogadishu government is Juxa who was the education minister in Puntland. Here's a video from 2013.

     
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    Armadillo A FATHER / A HUSBAND/ A PUNTITE

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    @Abdalla @Thegoodshepherd @Boqor Quark Boqor Cisman @Cotton Eyed Joe

    With this World Bank report, what does the future hold for Puntland? MashaAllah, our regions and State, have come a very long way in the past 20 years.

    Wallahi, 1991, was a blessing. If Puntlanders were not driven from Mogadishu, and return to their ancestral homeland, the Northeast would not be developed, as it is now, and Puntland would not excist. Thank you very much Caydiid and USC.

    This shows, the blood and sweat, Puntlanders have gone through, to make PL, what it is today. The work ethic that PROPER Puntlanders (MJ, Leelkase, and Carab Salah) have, plays a key role in the prosperity and growth Puntland. You see, while others boast about how 'barwaqo' their lands/regions are, and how tall the grass grows (What are they gonna do? Eat the grass, like cattle), Puntite children will receive the best education in the country, our economy will continue to rise, our own soldiers and maritime force, will continue to protect our lands and seas, from all types of threats. Life is great.

    Allah SWT, blesses and rewards greatly, those who work their hardest, and those who care and love their brothers. And my, as Allah SWT, continue to blessed us. May those blessings keep coming, AMEEN.
     
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  12. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis

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    This confirms what we've been saying for a long time. The Puntland government has a meager budget, smaller than our rivals, however the Puntland population has a better standard of living because PL has a relatively 'richer' population. What we differ from other areas is that our richest businessmen are all local, wehereas the big players in other regions are mostly from the diaspora. I rather have a local build a 2 store building, than someone from the diaspora build a 10 store one. Our growth is far more natural and dynamic, and therefore more resilient.

    The future looks good. Politically we are maturing and on the societal front people are taking initiatives by not waiting for the administration. Theres currently a 4 days conference in Gaalkacyo wherein young adults from every corner of Puntland met to discuss issues that concerns them. For the last weeks the youngsters of PL have been cleaning up the streets in every major city. Patriotism is rising.
     
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