Shuraako produces evidence-based research products with a focus on impact investing, private sector development, and frontier markets. All of our reports and publications are freely available to download.
- December 12, 2018Read More
In partnership with Shuraako and Oxfam, Work in Progress! is a program offering tailored business development services (BDS) to selected medium and small sized enterprises (SME) that demonstrate strong potential for employing women and youth in Somaliland.
- April 2, 2018Read More
Shuraako, in partnership with the Somaliland Ministry of Trade and Investment, the Somaliland Ministry of Energy and Minerals, and the Somaliland Chamber of Commerce, hosted the Somaliland Investment Forum 2017 (SIF 2017) September 19–21, 2017.
- April 2, 2018Read More
Shuraako, in partnership with Secure Fisheries, and the Puntland Ministry of Fisheries hosted the Somalia Fisheries Forum (SFF) in Garowe on October 24-26, 2017. The SFF brought together around 600 attendees to discuss ways to strengthen coordination between the Somali federal government and the regional member states, as well the international community, private sector, and NGO community.
- June 16, 2017Read More
These case studies highlight how four businesses in Somalia and Somaliland leveraged investments through the AgriFood Fund to increase production and efficiency.
Firm Behavior in Fragile States: The Cases of Somaliland, South Sudan, and Eastern Democratic Republic of CongoMarch 29, 2017Read More
This report, based on field research, documents which features of business work in fragile areas and how businesses operate in regard to strategy, contract enforcement, and other aspects of firm behavior.
- January 20, 2017Read More
In September 2016, Shuraako and the Somaliland Ministry of Trade and Investment co-hosted the Somaliland Investment Forum held in Hargeisa, Somaliland. 315 people attending the Forum were able to choose between 20 different sessions to attend.
- June 16, 2016Read More
The Somali Diaspora represents a large pool of potential investment capital that could be leveraged for long-term and scaled development in the Somali region. This report assesses the preferences and behaviors of Somali Diaspora toward existing channels and opportunities for Somali-based investments and provides policy recommendations for how to better facilitate crucial investment.
Powering Progress II: Realizing The Potential Of Renewable Energy In Somaliland, Puntland, And South Central SomaliaFebruary 1, 2016Read More
The Somali renewable energy market has some of the largest potential in Africa, but often stakeholders have been working in isolation from each other and from global markets.
- February 1, 2016Read More
The Somali Renewable Energy Skilled Workforce Survey sought to better understand the current and future labor force needs to effectively grow the Somali renewable energy sector
- February 1, 2015Read More
Business associations are an often incorrectly understood concept, even by individuals close to the institutions. It is documented that few, if any, business associations exist in present-day Somalia. Read a discussion about the challenges to business associations in post-conflict scenarios and the experience of regional African countries in the formation of these institutions.