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Somalia (Federal Republic of Somalia) is an East African country

  1. Jamhuuriyadda Federaalka Soomaaliya in Somali language
  2. جمهورية الصومال الفدرالية in Arabic
  3. Mogadishu is the political and administrative capital of Somalia
  4. Largest cities of Somalia: Mogadishu, Hargeisa, Bosaso, Galkayo, Borama, Merca, Jamame, Kismayo, Baidoa and Burao
  5. Somalian main economic activities: agriculture (65% of the GDP), livestock (50% of the export earnings), services and telecommunications
  6. Somalia has the largest population of camels in the world
  7. The Somali industrial sector is based on the agricultural products processing (10% of the GDP)
    1. Coca-Cola bottling plant in Mogadishu
  8. Somalia Stock Exchange (SSE) in Mogadishu
  9. Natural resources of Somalia: uranium, iron ore, tin, gypsum, bauxite, copper, salt and natural gas
  10. 43% of Somalis live on less than 1 USD per day
  11. Significant informal economy
  12. Important Somali Diaspora
  13. Borders of Somalia: Djibouti (58 kilometres), Ethiopia (1,626 kilometres, Dire Dawa) and Kenya (682 kilometres)

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  1. Somalian population: 14.3 million people
    1. 1975: 3.3 million people
    2. Somalian Population density: 19.21 inhabitants / km²
    3. 24% of Somalis live in urban areas
  2. Area of Somalia: 637,657 km²
    1. Somalia has the longest coastline in continental Africa (3,025 kilometres)
    2. Bajuni Islands
    3. Archipelago of Saad ad-Din
    4. Somali relief consists of plateaus, plains and highlands

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  1. Somalia has a strategic position: the mouth of Bab el Mandeb in the Red Sea and the Suez Canal
  2. Somalia is located in the Horn of Africa, Gulf of Aden (north), Guardafui Channel of the Indian Ocean
  3. Somalia is a Federal Republic
  4. Somalia obtained its Independence from the United Kingdom in 1960
  5. Civil war since 1991
  6. Somalian Telephone code: 252
  7. Somalian Internet domain: .so
  8. Currency of Somalia: Somali Shilling
    1. The US dollar is widely accepted as a means of exchange

Trade Organisations (Somalia)

  1. Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)
  2. CEN-SAD
  4. IORA
  5. COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Free Trade Agreement

IGAD Intergovernmental Authority on Development (Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda...)

  1. African Development Bank
  2. African Union
  4. Economic Commission for Africa

COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Agreement (Africa)

Somalian main ethnicities:

85% of the population are Somali.

The largest ethnic minority group in Somalia are Bantu (slave descendants)

Official languages of Somalia: Somali and Arabic

  1. Somali alphabet

Religion in Somalia: Sunni Islam

  1. School of Islamic Jurisprudence: Shafi'i

Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD) Benin, Burkina Faso, the Central African Republic, Chad, the Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Togo, and Tunisia

Somalian regions:

The 18 Somalian regions are (in brackets, the capital):

Somalian regions (source: Deudora)

  1. Awdal (Baki)
  2. Bakool (Oddur)
  3. Banaadir (Mogadishu)
  4. Bari (Bender Cassim)
  5. Bay (Baidoa)
  6. Galguduud (Dusa Mareb)
  7. Gedo (Garbahaarey)
  8. Hiiraan (Beledweyne)
  9. Jubbada Dhexe (Bu'aale)
  10. Jubbada Hoose (Kismaayo)
  11. Mudug (Galcayo)
  12. Nugaal (Garoowe)
  13. Sanaag (Erigavo)
  14. Shabeellaha Dhexe (Giohar)
  15. Shabeellaha Hoose (Merca)
  16. Sool (Laascaanood)
  17. Togdheer (Burao)
  18. Woqooyi Galbeed (Hargeisa)

Somali autonomous regions

  1. Northern Somalia is divided into the autonomous regions of:
    1. Puntland (Autonomous State)
    2. Somaliland (capital: Hargeisa, self-proclaimed sovereign state in 1991, but not recognised)
  2. Galmudug (centre of Somalia, capital: Galcayo, self-proclaimed state in 2006)
  3. Jubaland / Azenie (southern, self-proclaimed state in 2010)
  4. Punt (capital: Garoowe, self-proclaimed in 1998)
  5. Maakhir (capital: Badhan, self-proclaimed state in 2007)
  6. Himan and Heeb (Self-proclaimed State)
  7. Soul, Sanaag and Cayn
  8. Awdal

Some Somali territories are controlled by Islamist groups Al-Shabbaab and Ahlu Sunna Waljama'a

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