The Somali Media for Environment Science Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) delighted disseminate today her interest for the Global Civil Society Organization for Disaster Risk Reduction (GNDR) membership withdrawal due to the so specified the guidance of GNDR Community Platform as schedules it to launch in the next couple of months ahead.
“Fighting the Illiteracy is what SOMESHA was formed, however something for not imperative with the fight against injustice and DRR has come up within GNDR CSOs members, this means Religious or political related issues is one of the most important action-points we have to deal first as both matters cause manmade disaster in across the world so all CSOs have the right to reshare and resolve its mega politic” Said SOMESHA Scretary General H. E. Rev. Sayed Daud Abdi Daud
“We are not happy the mega restrictions from GNDR leadership to the members before reasoning a plan towards such the above stated matters due to its important whereas the members are from a diverse range of backgrounds with different religious or political beliefs as we are at UN level were come from even, but if the peace transformation and education redirection message is restricted no one can’t be endorse GNDR membership anymore like SOMESHA”. Mr. Daud added
He further stated that using a war of words in which from before its reasoning birth can cause a wide series revenge of theories just to avert terror conspiracy ideologies as GNDR shared to Us that “Information that is not relevant to CSOs working in the Disaster Risk Reduction space. If the material is not DRR-related, it should at least be clearly relevant to members of Civil Society Organisations and should be uploaded to an appropriate section of the Community Platform”.
The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) is an association of journalists and media practitioners who are specialized to expand and improve media coverage of key nation issues, including Climate change, the Environment, Agriculture, Science, Public health, Migration, Peace-keeping and Civil insecurity.