Despite, 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. As result of that, it is a member of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ).
Today SOMESHAA marked her fourth AGM gathering attendance and her Secretary General Dr. Daud Abdi Daud participated the 2023 WFSJ-AGM gathering through zooming!
The WFSJ was founded in November 2002 at the 3rd World Conference of Science Journalists in São José dos Campos (Brazil) where Canadian science writer and broadcaster Véronique Morin was elected the first president.In October 2004, more than 600 participants from 58 nations attended the 4th World Conference in Montreal (Canada), as well as representatives from 30 science journalism associations worldwide. Australian science journalist and magazine editor Wilson da Silva was elected the WFSJ’s second president. For more details continue reading