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Muzzamil is a Somali researcher with extensive experience in livelihoods and food security, peace and conflict transformation, and the justice and security sector in the Horn of Africa. He has worked on these issues in Somalia since 2013. He has worked with various International NGOs including Saferworld, Life & Peace Institute, Solidarites International, as well as the International NGO Safety Organization (INSO) as a senior analyst in Somalia. As a Fellow at the Salzburg Global Seminar and the Nippon Foundation, he provides technical support to conflict transformation and peacebuilding research work in Somalia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka. Muzzamil has a Master of Arts in International Studies from the University of Nairobi and a Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies from Islamic University in Uganda

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A Somali woman sells bread in a market in Jowhar, Middle Shabelle region - Image by AU-UN IST / Stuart Price - public domain Publications and resources

This brief is the second in a series highlighting the challenges facing people from different livelihoods in three sites in Somalia - Burao (Togdheer), Galkayo (Mudug) and Jowhar (Middle Shabelle).
Camels on sale at Burao livestock market - Image by ILRI - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Publications and resources

This report is the second in a series highlighting learning emerging from a longitudinal study examining violent and non-violent conflict and mediation dynamics in Somalia and Nigeria.

Somali region drought response/ Photo Credit: UNICEF Ethiopia/2022/Mulugeta Ayene (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Publications and resources

This brief is the second in a series highlighting learnings from a longitudinal study on anticipatory action in Somalia.
Villagers going home after building an embankment in anticipation of flooding on the River Juba, Somalia. - Mercy Corps Publications and resources

This brief is the first part of a series highlighting learnings that are emerging from a longitudinal study on anticipatory action in Somalia.

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Two young boys carrying water walk down a road next to a camp for internally displaced people near Jowhar, Somalia - Image by UN - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Blog

Somalia is in a severe crisis that has built up over four failed rainy seasons. How are communities anticipating these shocks and how can we work with them to better integrate anticipatory action?

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