Garoowe

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Garowe (Garoowe, غاروي, Garoe) is the capital of Nugaal region and administrative capital of Puntland state in northeastern Somalia.wikipedia
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Puntland

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Attended by the area's political elite, traditional elders (Issims), members of the business community, intellectuals and other civil society representatives, the autonomous Puntland State of Somalia was subsequently officially established so as to deliver services to the population, offer security, facilitate trade, and interact with both domestic and international partners.
Centred on the town of Garoowe in the Nugal province, its leaders declared the territory an autonomous state in 1998 but is internationally recognized as an autonomous region of Somalia.

Bosaso

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Following independence, Garowe was made a district center of Bosaso. Garowe is among the seven cities and towns earmarked for the reforestation initiative, which also include Bosaso, Dhahar, Qardho, Buuhoodle, Baran and Galkayo.
Bosaso is among the seven cities and towns earmarked for the reforestation initiative, which also include Garowe, Qardho, Dhahar, Buuhoodle, Baran and Galkayo.

Galkayo

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The largest cities in the country most proximate to Garowe are Qardho (205 km), Galkayo (216 km) and Erigavo (275 km). Garowe is among the seven cities and towns earmarked for the reforestation initiative, which also include Bosaso, Dhahar, Qardho, Buuhoodle, Baran and Galkayo.
The largest cities in the country most proximate to Galkayo are Hobyo (217 km), Garowe (219 km) and Qardho (358 km).

Nugal, Somalia

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Straddling the Nugal Valley, this new administrative division would be named Nugal.
Nugal is centered on Garowe, the capital of the autonomous Puntland macro-region.

2014 Puntland presidential election

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On 8 January 2014, the Puntland presidential elections were held in the city, with former Prime Minister of Somalia Abdiweli Mohamed Ali voted into office.
The 2014 Puntland presidential election was held on 8 January 2014 in Garowe, the administrative capital of the autonomous Puntland region in northeastern Somalia.

Abdiweli Gaas

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On 8 January 2014, the Puntland presidential elections were held in the city, with former Prime Minister of Somalia Abdiweli Mohamed Ali voted into office.
He also signed a 12-point bilateral agreement in Garowe with Prime Minister of Somalia Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, which officially reaffirms Puntland's boundaries, agrees to form a united and inclusive national army, and establishes parliamentary committees consisting of Federal and Puntland representatives to ensure equitable allocation of resources and oversee eventual Provisional Constitution talks.

Eyl

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The city would subsequently be reassigned in the early 1970s as the regional capital of an area consisting of Las Anod and Eyl.
Media outlets serving Eyl include the Garowe-based Radio Garowe, the sister outlet to Garowe Online.

Somali Civil War

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Following the outbreak of the civil war in 1991, a homegrown constitutional conference was held in Garowe in 1998 over a period of three months.
In 1998, a homegrown constitutional conference was held in the northeastern town of Garowe over a period of three months.

Abdisamad Ali Shire

The event was inaugurated by former Puntland President Abdirahman Mohamud Farole and Vice President Abdisamad Ali Shire, along with a UNODC delegation.
In February 2012, Shire and other Somali government officials met in Garowe, Puntland's administrative capital, to discuss post-transition arrangements following the end of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG)'s mandate in August 2012.

Puntland State University

Puntland State University's main campus is also located here.
Puntland State University is a university in Garowe, the administrative capital of the northeastern Puntland region of Somalia.

Qardho

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The largest cities in the country most proximate to Garowe are Qardho (205 km), Galkayo (216 km) and Erigavo (275 km). Garowe is among the seven cities and towns earmarked for the reforestation initiative, which also include Bosaso, Dhahar, Qardho, Buuhoodle, Baran and Galkayo.
The project is part of a larger regional development plan that will also see a similar marketplace inaugurated in Galkayo, in the model of the already launched Garowe fish market.

Garowe Airport

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Local air transport needs are served by Garowe International Airport, a major airport situated about 12 km from the city center.
Garowe Airport is an airport serving Garowe, the administrative capital of the autonomous Puntland region in northeastern Somalia.

Puntland Development Research Center

A number of NGOs also have their main offices in the city, including the local Puntland Development Research Center (PDRC).
The Puntland Development Research Center (PDRC) is a Local Non-Governmental Organization (LNGO) based in Garowe, the administrative capital of the autonomous Puntland region in northeastern Somalia.

Darod

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As with most of Puntland, it is primarily inhabited by Somalis from the Harti Darod clan confederation, in particular the Majerteen, Dhulbahante and leelkase Darood clans and the Meheri clan, as well as various sub clans of Madhiban tribe well represented
Major Darood Settlements within Somalia include Galkacyo, Kismaayo, Bosaso, Las Anod, Buuhoodle and Garowe.

East Africa University

East Africa University (EAU) also has a Garowe branch, one of its seven campuses in Puntland.
Founded in the commercial capital of Puntland Bosaso, it has additional branches in Buhodle, Erigavo, Galdogob, Galkayo, Garowe and Qardho.

Puntland Highway Authority

In 2012, the Puntland Highway Authority (PHA) completed rehabilitation work on the central artery linking Garowe with Galkayo.
In 2012, the Puntland Highway Authority completed rehabilitation work on the central artery linking Puntland's administrative capital Garowe with Galkayo, another major city in the region.

Garowe–Bosaso Highway

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The transportation body also began an upgrade and repair project in June 2012 on the large Garowe–Bosaso Highway.
It connects the administrative capital of Garowe with the commercial hub of Bosaso, a distance of around 450 km (279.1 mi).

Mire Aware Stadium

Garowe is region to Mire Aware Stadium, a sporting facility with a crowd capacity of over 15,000 spectators.
Mire Aware Stadium is a stadium in Garowe, the administrative capital of the autonomous Puntland region in northeastern Somalia.

Radio Garowe

Radio Garowe, the sister outlet to Garowe Online, is also centered here.
Radio Garowe is a radio station based in Garowe, the administrative capital of the autonomous Puntland region in northeastern Somalia.

Garowe District

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The broader Garowe District has an estimated total population of 190,000 residents.
Its capital lies at Garoowe.

Buraan

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Garowe is among the seven cities and towns earmarked for the reforestation initiative, which also include Bosaso, Dhahar, Qardho, Buuhoodle, Baran and Galkayo.
Buraan is among the seven cities and towns earmarked for the reforestation initiative, which also include Garowe, Bosaso, Qardho, Buuhoodle, Dhahar and Galkayo.

Buuhoodle

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Garowe is among the seven cities and towns earmarked for the reforestation initiative, which also include Bosaso, Dhahar, Qardho, Buuhoodle, Baran and Galkayo.
It serves as a commercial hub for the movement of goods to and from Bosaso, Garowe, Las Anod, Galkayo, Wardheer, Burao, the surrounding area, and the Ogaden.

Puntland TV and Radio

Puntland TV and Radio has offices in the city.
Its headquarters are at the regional capital of Garowe.

Puntland Agency For Social Welfare

Additionally, the Puntland Agency For Social Welfare (PASWE) is headquartered here.
PASWE was founded in May 2009 in Garowe by the Puntland government.

Yusuf Mohamed Ismail

His family originally hailed from Garowe, the administrative capital of the northeastern Puntland regional state of Somalia.