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Ministry of Youth and Sports (Somaliland)

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Republic of Somaliland
Ministry of Youth & Sports
Wasaaradda Ciyaraaha & Dhallinyarada
(MoYS)
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Agency overview
Formed1997
JurisdictionSomaliland
HeadquartersHargeisa Somaliland
Agency executive
Footnotes
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The Ministry of Youth & Sports (Somali: Wasaaradda Ciyaraaha & Dhallinyarada Somaliland) (Arabic: وزارة الشباب والرياضة‎) is a Somaliland government ministry that is in charge of regulating activities related to sports and youth development in Somaliland. The current minister is Yusuf Mire Mohamed.[1][2][3]

Overview

In 2011, the ministry held its first major tournament, a Multi-sport event between the regions of the country called Somaliland Regional Games atAlamzey Stadium in Burao.[4]

Ministers of Youth and Sports

Minister Period Ref
Mohamoud Said Mohamed
Mohmed Hashi Madar
Abdi Said Fahiye
Ali Said Raygal
Ahmed Abdi Kahin
Abdillahi Farah Maidane - 12 December 2016
Abdirisaq Waberi Roble 12 December 2016 - 14 December 2017
Yusuf Mire Mohamed 14 December 2017 – Present

See also

References

  1. ^ "Wasiirka Dhalinyarada Iyo Ciyaaraha Somaliland Boos Mire Maxamed Oo Magaalada  Gebilay Ka Daahfurey Barnaamij Ku Saabsan Barashada Xirfadaha". 18 May News. Retrieved 23 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Somaliland :Youth & sports ministry denies organizing competitions financed by private companies". Somaliland Standard. Retrieved 1 April 2020.
  3. ^ "Somaliland:Vice President of Confederation of African Football arrives in Hargeisa". Horn Dipoamt. Retrieved 1 April 2020.
  4. ^ "Wasiirka Ciyaaraha oo ku dhawaaqay wakhtiga ciyaaraha gobolada Somaliland bilaabmi doonaan". Hiiraan (in Somali). Retrieved 18 September 2011.

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