Somali diaspora

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The Somali diaspora refers to expatriate Somalis who reside in areas of the world that have traditionally not been inhabited by their ethnic group.wikipedia
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Somali language

SomalisomAf Soomaali
In 2014 there were 16,721 Somali speakers in Finland.
It is spoken as a mother tongue by Somalis in Greater Somalia and the Somali diaspora.

Somalia

SomaliFederal Republic of SomaliaSOM
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.
Unlike the pre-civil war period when most services and the industrial sector were government-run, there has been substantial, albeit unmeasured, private investment in commercial activities; this has been largely financed by the Somali diaspora, and includes trade and marketing, money transfer services, transportation, communications, fishery equipment, airlines, telecommunications, education, health, construction and hotels.

Somalis

SomaliSomali peopleSomali clan
The Somali diaspora refers to expatriate Somalis who reside in areas of the world that have traditionally not been inhabited by their ethnic group.
Somali diasporas are also found in parts of the Middle East, North America, Western Europe, African Great Lakes region, Southern Africa and Oceania.

Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen

Saudi-led coalitionSaudi-led intervention in Yemenmilitary intervention in Yemen
In 2015, after the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, many returning Somali expatriates as well as various foreign nationals began emigrating from Yemen to northern Somalia.
Somalia's government blamed the Saudi-led coalition for the killing of at least 42 Somali refugees off the Yemeni coast.

Ethnic group

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The Somali diaspora refers to expatriate Somalis who reside in areas of the world that have traditionally not been inhabited by their ethnic group.

Somali Civil War

civil warSomaliaSomalian Civil War
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

Diaspora

diasporicdiasporasDiasporism
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

Greater Somalia

Pan-Somalismpan-Somalistannex
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

Arabian Peninsula

ArabiaArabianArab Peninsula
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

Europe

EuropeanEUEuropean continent
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

North America

NorthNorth AmericanNA
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

Southern Africa

SouthernSouthern AfricanSouth Africa
The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

Australia

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The civil war in Somalia greatly increased the size of the Somali diaspora, as many Somalis moved from Greater Somalia primarily to the Arabian peninsula, Europe, North America, Southern Africa and Australia.

Refugee

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Whereas most recent Somali migrants in the diaspora emigrated as refugees and asylum seekers, many have since obtained either permanent residence or citizenship.

Asylum seeker

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Whereas most recent Somali migrants in the diaspora emigrated as refugees and asylum seekers, many have since obtained either permanent residence or citizenship.

Permanent residency

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Whereas most recent Somali migrants in the diaspora emigrated as refugees and asylum seekers, many have since obtained either permanent residence or citizenship.

Citizenship

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Whereas most recent Somali migrants in the diaspora emigrated as refugees and asylum seekers, many have since obtained either permanent residence or citizenship.

East Africa

Eastern AfricaEastEastern
In total, the ethnic Somali international migrant population includes an estimated 1,010,000 individuals, with around 300,000 residents in East and South Africa, 250,000 in North America, 250,000 in Europe, 200,000 in the Middle East, and 10,000 in Oceania.

Oceania

South PacificPacificSouthwest Pacific
In total, the ethnic Somali international migrant population includes an estimated 1,010,000 individuals, with around 300,000 residents in East and South Africa, 250,000 in North America, 250,000 in Europe, 200,000 in the Middle East, and 10,000 in Oceania.

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

UNHCRUN High Commissioner for RefugeesUnited Nations High Commission for Refugees
By comparison, the number of refugees from Somalia that are registered with the UNHCR is around 975,951 persons.

Kenya

KenyanRepublic of KenyaKEN
The majority of these individuals were registered in Kenya (413,170), Yemen (253,876), and Ethiopia (250,988).

Yemen

Republic of YemenYemeniJemen
The majority of these individuals were registered in Kenya (413,170), Yemen (253,876), and Ethiopia (250,988).

Ethiopia

EthiopianAbyssiniaFederal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
The majority of these individuals were registered in Kenya (413,170), Yemen (253,876), and Ethiopia (250,988).

United States Agency for International Development

USAIDU.S. Agency for International DevelopmentAgency for International Development
According to USAID, many of the displaced persons in these adjacent territories are Bantus and other minorities.

Somali Bantus

BantuBantusSomali Bantu
According to USAID, many of the displaced persons in these adjacent territories are Bantus and other minorities.