Our Team in Somalia

To join our team in Somalia you can either start a local Iduka chapter or join an existing chapter. Our goal is to have chapters in all administrative regions to guarantee full representation at the National Council.

Message from our team in Somalia: Help us protect and revitalize higher education in Africa by signing this online petition – Tell African leaders: stay the course of ensuring MDG 2 without de-funding higher education.

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Thank you for your support!


9 Responses to “Somalia”

  1. Raphael Wanjaria Njararuhi November 16, 2010 at 2:35 am #

    Its a great experience working with young and old from Somalia to promote the welfare of the many underserved secondary school graduates.

    Initially, I had thought it would not be possible to work with Somalia, but the experience so far has proven my earlier fears wrong. There is more good in Somalia than what we have been reading in media, there are great minds in Somalia, there is hope and great dreamers!

    It’s amazing!… and my team of Community Organizers and I are making big strides each day.

    We wont stop till we achieve our mission!

    • idukamicroloans November 16, 2010 at 2:51 am #

      Please keep us posted! We would love to hear more about the situation on the ground in Somalia.

      • njararuhi November 16, 2010 at 3:38 am #


        Thats my duty and responsibility. I will be streaming the updates here soon!

  2. Tanifum W. N. January 4, 2011 at 1:27 am #


  3. Abdihalim Bashir April 15, 2011 at 11:14 pm #

    Hi Njararuhi,

    I am in Puntland, Somalia, which is in Northern part of Somalia. I am lecturer at a local university and I am involved in educational activities. I got interested in Iduka’s activities and in the process got in touch with the executive director. He told me to contact the country cordinator and work with you. The place I reside and work is peaceful and any project will successfully work since there are many international organizations working here. I am a Somali Kenyan and instilling the local population with education.

    Thanks a lot and hope we will work together.

    • njararuhi April 18, 2011 at 2:54 am #

      Dear Abdihalim,

      Thanks for the great work you are doing to promote better education in Somalia. It will be great to work with you in our programs.

      We need to keep in touch, you can join our group and We also have a lead team chat group where we can meet and talk more even meet the other members our Education in Somalia team.



  4. Fuad April 28, 2011 at 4:28 pm #

    Hi, IDUKA’s Team,

    I am deeply proud and appreciate the great, historic and unforgettable work you are doing for the Somali society. I invoke and pray may God bless all your team, wherever you are in the world.

    I am Fuad, currently living in Nairobi, Kenya. I have seen your ads on my facebook inbox. But all, all I can say is you are a good servent for God’s creature and God is watching over you and I am sure he will reward you!

    My question is, how can I get scholarship from you?

    If you wish to contact with me, kindly catch me on

    Thanks and God bless your work.

    • Iduka April 29, 2011 at 1:19 am #

      You must act fast and apply by the end of the day today. To apply go click on this link and follow the instructions. All forms need to be filled online. Once again, the deadline for this scholarship scheme is April 29. We hope you can take advantage of it. Good luck!

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