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Jilbo degaanka Ugu Khayraadka Badan G/Sanaag

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Jilbo degaanka Ugu Khayraadka Badan G/Sanaag

Postby Jilboharbor » Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:15 am

Jilbo is a Muse Tuurwaa natural harbor. Jilbo village situates between Mait and Hais. The water is very deep here. In retrospect, the livelihoods of Jilbo community and Muse Tuurwaa Clan in general have been counting largely on the livestock sector as their primary livelihood but they are trying to make profit from their sea and coastal areas. German Agro Action introduced to Jilbo the plantation of date palms trees successfully grown there

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Re: Jilbo degaanka Ugu Khayraadka Badan G/Sanaag

Postby gulaid111 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 5:58 am



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