Inauguration of Tubsan P/CVE Hybrid Library by the EU

Add Your Heading Text Here Mogadishu, Somalia – On November 22, the European Union inaugurated the Tubsan National Center for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (P/CVE) library in a ceremony held at the Office of the Prime Minister. The event featured the participation of Tubsan Director Abdullahi Mohamed Nor and the Deputy Ambassador of the …

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Consultation and Validation Meeting on National PCVE Strategy Review

Add Your Heading Text Here Mogadishu, Somalia – The Tubsan National Center for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (@Tubsancenter) has kicked off a crucial consultation and validation meeting on the review of the national strategy for the prevention and countering of violent extremism (PCVE). The meeting, held in Mogadishu, brings together a diverse group of …

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Somalia National Center for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism officially launched Youth Engagement and Empowerment Programme (YEEP) in partnership with UNOCT.

Mogadishu, Somalia – Tubsan, Somalia’s National Center for Preventing & Countering Violent Extremism, is proud to announce the commencement of the Youth Engagement and Empowerment Programme (YEEP) Somalia. This innovative initiative, designed to empower youth to prevent and counter violent extremism, marks a significant step forward in our national strategy against terrorism. In collaboration with …

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Quarterly Meeting of the Coordination Working Group

Mogadishu, Somalia – Today, Deputy Prime Minister Salah Jama led the quarterly meeting of the Coordination Working Group, organized by Somalia’s Tubsan National Center for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE).

The meeting saw the participation of key figures including the Minister of Information and Tourism, Daud Aweis, and the President’s Advisor and Director of Tubsan, Abdullahi Mohamed Nor. Notably, the assembly included Somalia’s International Partners and foreign missions in the country, alongside representatives from Federal Member States and members of civil society organizations.

This high-level meeting aimed to bolster efforts against violent extremist ideologies and foster coordination among various stakeholders. Deputy Prime Minister Salah Jama emphasized the importance of collaborative approaches in addressing the root causes of extremism and implementing effective strategies to counter violent extremism.

Minister Daud Aweis highlighted the role of media and tourism in promoting peace and countering extremist narratives, while Abdullahi Mohamed Nor reaffirmed Tubsan’s commitment to leading national efforts in PCVE.

The active participation of international partners and foreign missions underscored the global community’s support and commitment to Somalia’s fight against extremism. Their involvement is crucial in providing the necessary resources, expertise, and international perspectives to enhance local initiatives and strategies.

The meeting concluded with a renewed commitment to strengthening partnerships and enhancing the collective response to violent extremism in Somalia.

Productive Meeting with Japan’s Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa

Mogadishu, Somalia – The Director General of Tubsan National Center for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE), Abdullahi Mohamed Nor, had a productive meeting with Japan’s Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa, Ambassador Shinsuke Shimizu.

The discussions centered around enhancing cooperation and support in Somalia’s PCVE efforts. Director Abdullahi Mohamed Nor expressed profound gratitude to the Japanese people for their unwavering support in this vital cause. The meeting underscored the significance of international collaboration in strengthening Somalia’s resilience against violent extremism.

Ambassador Shinsuke Shimizu reiterated Japan’s commitment to supporting Somalia’s initiatives and highlighted the importance of ongoing and future collaborative efforts. Both parties looked forward to further deepening their partnership to address the challenges posed by violent extremism in the region.

This meeting marks a significant step towards bolstering international support and cooperation in the fight against extremism in Somalia.

UNSomalia Officials Visit Tubsan National Center

Mogadishu, Somalia – Officials from UNSomalia visited the Tubsan National Center for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE), where they were warmly welcomed by Director Abdullahi Mohamed Nor.

The discussions focused on development, the national strategy for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE), and crucially, on enhancing cooperation in Somalia’s fight against violent extremism. The engagement underscored the importance of international collaboration in addressing the root causes of extremism and implementing effective strategies to combat it.

Director Abdullahi Mohamed Nor emphasized Tubsan’s commitment to working closely with international partners to strengthen Somalia’s resilience against extremist threats. The visit highlighted the ongoing efforts to foster a secure and stable environment in Somalia through coordinated and comprehensive approaches.

This visit reaffirms the strong partnership between Tubsan National Center and UNSomalia in their shared mission to counter violent extremism and promote peace and stability in the region.

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