This document provides a comprehensive overview of Somalia’s 2021/22 House of the People and Presidential Elections, detailing the electoral process, key findings, and recommendations for future elections. It highlights the role of Nala Ogaada, a consortium of seven non-partisan national election observers, including the Iftin Foundation, in monitoring and reporting on the elections.

The report includes insights into election administration, security, women’s participation, and the impact of the “4.5 power-sharing formula.” It also addresses challenges faced during the elections and offers strategic recommendations for improving transparency and inclusivity in Somalia’s electoral process.

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Founded in 2012 in Mogadishu, Iftin Foundation catalyzes change and fosters development through education, empowerment, and community support. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to unlocking the potential within our society by providing pathways for education, skill development, entrepreneurship, shelter, and advocacy. Our name, Iftin, meaning ‘light’ in Somali, reflects our mission to illuminate the path to progress and knowledge in a region ready to emerge from the shadows of its challenging past. We are committed to nurturing a future where everyone can access the tools and opportunities needed to succeed. Our integrated approach ensures that we address both immediate needs and long-term goals, aiming to build a resilient and self-reliant community.
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