The Embassy of Japan in Kenya is also accredited to Somalia.

Japan’s assistance to Somalia Gallary

UNPOS Somali Police Force Support- Support Police training conducted in Djibouti

A training facility for police forces has been constructed in Djibouti. Tents on the left are the accommodation for participants.

A training facility for police forces has been constructed in Djibouti. Chairs and desks on the right are for the training rooms/ halls.

A day of police training. The 500 police men/women have now been deployed in Mogadishu after the withdrawal of Islamic rebels of Al-Shabaab for crucial purpose of securing the areas.

A day of police training. The 500 police men/women have now been deployed in Mogadishu after the withdrawal of Islamic rebels of Al-Shabaab for crucial purpose of securing the areas.

Handing over police equipment of handcuffs and helmets to the Somali Police Force in an occasion of the Joint Security Committees held in Mogadishu on October 2011. The left is Dr. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, the Honorable TFG Prime Minister; the right is Ambassador Augustine P. Mahiga, the UN Secretary-general’s Special Representative for Somalia.

The Somali Police Force with Helmets provided by funding from Japan. The TFG Police Commissioner gave his appreciation for Japan’s assistance as well as his strong commitment toward ensuring security in Somalia.

UNICEF Support to Mother and Child Health Centre (Hargeysa)

An overbrimming crowd waiting for aid of nutritional supplementary food at a Mother and Child Health Centre in Hargeysa.

Tidily stored drugs and medicines provided by Japan at a Mother and Child Health Centre in Hargeysa

UNICEF Improving Access to Basic Education and Safe Water

Educational materials provided by funding from Japan. Each material is marked with a National Flag of Japan

Water supply point constructed by support from Japan. It serves for providing safe water to population as well as for helping internally displaced population by delegating its management responsibilities.