Reforming the Public Sector in the Post-conflict Societies
Contrasts in change Management Strategies and Cultural Factors affecting State-Society Relationships in Somaliland
Somaliland peacebuilding was a successful and homogeneous process, during which most of state institutions were formed.
In the following period of statebuilding, current reform initiatives that aim to develop state capacity managing the transition from a hybrid system to a modern state seems to be a risky business.
Current trends in State-society relationships reveals that as development initiative increases, the deficit in trust between the state and the society also increases.
Awale is the former Director of Planning and Development at the Ministry of Trade and Investment, he is an entrepreneur turned into a public servant with an extensive experience in Somaliland foreign affairs, governance and state-building.
His political career started as council member of the ruling party Kulmiye.