FACULTY OF ECONOMICS
The importance of the Faculty of Economics Faculty dhaqaaluha was one of the two faculties of the Somali National University , established in 1969 dicember 1 , this is a clear demonstration of the importance of the existence of the college financial terms of the following :
* Plan and program development related or not to do not only improve the economic introduced a very trained .
* The pension analysts at economics nahaddaba must produce the replacement .
* It will not be improved if financial institutions abuurikaro not prepare experts rapid fully trained and found the number of employed , which is the only college imaankarta economic higeliyo .
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Importance of College Education
Somali National University Faculty of Education chose to join the colleges included in the mine for college education produces and preparing future teachers have to teach coming generations .
We all know that education is the key to progress in every country , in every country of the size of their education qualifications are equal . Education is a necessary thing , everyone needs to learn to worship god , aduunyadana well live with it can distinguish the right and entitlement . These looga country can find enough teachers of religion and all the material .
Education is one of the blanket of citizenship , country of love , co-existence , tolerance and mutual respect .
FACULTY OF LAW
Allah when He created the Universe , which set rules ( Tashriiic ) system and in accordance with each of us as willing to set for , so Reverse shuurucda Wayne Allah causes the destruction of the nation , therefore leading to a law college to remove the need for judges to answer .
* Solicitors are experts in the laws of the country and the world
* Direct legal and social protection law
* Referee direct law , social justice and fair
* Referee protecting people and their property
* Referee protective system and safety of every citizen to live a good life
* Professional products and specify the rights and obligations between the authorities , the government and the public
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
National University College of Health what the teachers to a professional medical staff and crease is to promote the health of the society. National University produce the best doctors in the country , but if they are permitted Alla hiig shares as and better return . Teachers college health of some collapse before it was make or graduated .
It is also a university research center , which enables the student to get into enclaves to hold equipment . University uses taknologiyada last world .
It is certain that the nation 's college students will experience the university .
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
Agriculture Faculty was established in 1971 with the purpose to generate agricultural experts who are able to provide relevant consultancy services for farmers such as: soil and water conservation practices, pest and disease management, crop husbandry methods and minimizing the use of chemicals and encouraging the application of integrated pest management (IPM) in farming production systems. The faculty has prepared almost 600 graduates with various backgrounds of agricultural science and agricultural engineering; it had 65 academic staff and 50 non-academic staff
FACULTY OF VET AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
The faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry originally located in Gaheyr campus at km 6; however, in the meantime it is in transitory place with other five faculties at the headquarters of Columbia Road, Mogadishu, Somalia. The faculty has also one thousand hecters, riverbank of fertile farmland, used as a Research and Demonstration stations, which is located at five km away north of Balad town of M/Shebelle Region, which is 35 km from Mogadishu.
The faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry is a public institution run by democratically elected management organ in accordance with Somali National University and it has an autonomous status for its day-today management, plans and programs based on its mandate and objectives.
The faculty was established in 1973, reached its climax during eighties in providing technical services to Somali people. It functioned in seven academic departments offering two Laurea degree (B Sc) programs on Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine.
The faculty had employees of fifty qualified academics, twenty technicians, fifteen supporting staff and twenty laborers. The faculty played a leading role in educating people in Veterinary Medicine and Animal production as well as conducting research, facilitating technology transfers and development in the area of livestock and rural community sectors.
During that period, animal health situations improved substantially, livestock export increased significantly and public health enhanced due to efforts made to control epizootic disease outbreaks and zoonotic diseases as well as meat inspection throughout the country. It had also contributed to the well-being of the Somali community in giving appropriate consultancy and offering sound extension services in animal health and production. The efforts made impacted positively to pastoral and agro pastoral communities’ livelihoods as well as the country’s economy at large.
Unfortunately, the whole country ruined itself in 1990 due to civil war, when all Somalia institutions and infrastructures overwhelmingly collapsed. Chaos and instability sustained for decades resulting devastations and human tragedy with millions of people fled from the country cross-borders and/or internally displaced.
After almost a quarter of a century with little hope; Somali Government ultimately had re-established the faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry. It made priority and paid efforts in teaching and research; securing livelihoods of the Somali pastorals and agro-pastoral communities in the remote areas of the country where rangeland resources are depleted and alternative options are scarce for income, employment, and food security. Research priorities will focus mainly on alleviating the animal production constrains that may hinder livelihoods of the community; considerations are given to traditional livestock production systems, improved breeds, local breed performance, adaptability of exotic breeds, feeds and feeding, seasonal availability of feedstuffs, droughts and pastoralism; also epizootic and zoonotic diseases as well as parasites infestations.