Somalia updates

Islam and Somalia.

18. Radio Hage Somalia

 
18. Radio Hage Soomaaliya.
 
 Radio Leader Somalia.
 Radio Leader Somalia is an example of how to start a radio station in Somalia.
 
To start a radio station in Somalia you need a concept (an idea).
 
 
 Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W had an idea in 2005 to use radio to educate people in Somalia.
 
  
  
 
Welcome to Radio Hage Somalia (Radio Leader Somalia). 
 
To start a radio station in Somalia you need radio equipment. 
 
In June 2007 Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W delivered short wave transmitters to Galkayo, Somalia.
In November 2007 Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A assisted Abdi with installing the transmitters and antennas.
In December 2007 Abdi and Sam continued training staff.
In April 2009 Radio Hage is on the air.
 
Left to right- 1. Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W (founder of Radio Hage).
2. ? (radio student).
3. ? (radio student).
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 49.
 
 
 
 
To start a radio station in Somalia you need to select staff.
Left to right
(front row)-
1. ? (sleeping).
2. ? Girl (radio student).
3. ? Girl (radio student).
 
Left to right
(back row)-
1. Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A (Radio advisor, trainer).
2. Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W (Founder of Radio Hage).
3. ? (radio student).
4. ? (radio student).
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 50.
 
  
 
 
To start a radio station in Somalia you need to find people that want to learn radio.
A radio training course allows students to determine if radio is their real interest.
Left to right-
1. ?
2. ? Girl (radio student).
3. ? Girl (radio student).
4. ? (radio student).
 
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 51.
 
 
 
Cooperation between Radio Hage and Radio Galkayo in journalism training. 
Radio students are trained in basic journalism.
Farah Abdulkadir Geylan (Geylan, Radio Galkayo news man) teaching Radio Hage students.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 52.
 
 
 
 

Cooperation between the directors of Radio Hage and Radio Galkayo. 

Hassan Mohamed Jamma 6O0XJ (Director of Radio Galkayo) teaching media studies to Radio Hage students.

 Radio Hage Somalia,

Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 53.
 
 
 
 
Somalia radio students. 
Left to right-
1. ?
2. ? Girl (radio student).
3. ? Girl (radio student).
4. ? (radio student).
  Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 54.
 
 
 
 
 Installation of the Radio Hage antenna mast.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 55.
 
 
 
Foundation of the Radio Hage antenna system.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 56.
 
 
 
 The Radio Hage short wave broadcast antennas.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 57.
 
 
 
 
Radio Hage electronic test equipment.
Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A training students in the use of Radio Hage antenna test equipment.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 58.
 
 
 
 
Radio Hage antenna tuning.
Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W using test equipment to adjust the Radio Hage antenna to the correct operating frequency. 
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 59.
 
 
 
 
Radio Hage electricity generator.
? (Radio student) operating the Radio Hage generator.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 60.
 
 
 
Teaching students at Radio Hage.
Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W training Radio Hage students. 
 
Left to right- 1. Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W. 
2. ? (radio student).
3. ?  (radio student).
4. ? (radio student).
5. ? (radio student).
  Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 61.
 
 
 
 Somali radio students study at Radio Hage.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
November 2007.
Photo 62. 
 
 
 
Radio Hage short wave radio transmitters.
Somali radio students are trained in basic transmitter operation.
Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A training students in the operation of Radio Hage transmission equipment.

Left to right-

1. Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A

2. ? (radio student).

3. ? (radio student).

 

Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 63.
 
 
 
 
Radio Hage studio.
Somali radio students are trained in basic studio equipment operation.
Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W training students in the operation of Radio Hage studio equipment.
 
 Left to right-
1. ? (radio student).
2. ? (radio student).
3. Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W. 
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 64.
 
 
 
Students can train for the Somalia amateur radio station license. 
 name ?
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 65.
 
 
 
 
Somali students are trained to speak on the radio.
Students practise speaking by reading the Radio Hage test transmission and listening to their voice on a cassette. 
 (See the Somali and English below)

Left to right- 1. ? (radio student).
2. ? (radio student).
3. ? (radio student).
4. Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W (standing).
5. ? girl (radio student).
6.? girl (radio student).7.? girl (radio student).
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 66.
  
  

 

 

Radio Hage Soomaaliya.

 

Radio Hage Somalia.

 

Radio Leader Somalia.

 

Test transmission from Somalia in 2007 lead to a fully trained staff in 2009.

 

The test broadcasts conducted by unemployed youth in December 2007 was part of their comprehensive training in all aspects of broadcasting from administration to program production to on air presentation and technical operations.

 

Asalaamu calaykum waraxmatullaahi wabarakaatuhu.

May the peace and blessings of Allah (God) be with you.

 

Halkani waa radio Hage Soomaaliya.

Here is Radio Hage Somalia.

 

Waxaad ka dhegeysanaysaan hirarka gaagaaban ee 6.915 MHz (43ka mitir band) iyo 3.980 MHz (90ka mitir band).

You are listening on short wave 6.915 MHz (43 metre band) and 3.980 MHz (90 metre band).

 

Radio Hage Soomaaliya waa idaacad Soomaaliyeed oo madaxbannaan.

Radio Hage Somalia is broadcasting in Somalia and is independent.

 

Idaacaddu waxay hadda bilowday

Broadcast is now beginning

 

iyo ay ku jirtaa tijaabo.

and is a test transmission.

 

Marka iddaacaddu ay hawl gasho waxay idiin soo gudbindoontaa:

When regular broadcasting starts they will contain:

 

warar dalka iyo dibeddaba,

news local and foreign,

 

Casharro diini ah, nabadgelyada, waxbarashada,

Koran lessons about religion, security, education,

 

caafimaadka, ilaalinta degaanka, faallooyin wax ku ool ah,

health, protection of the environment, commentary,

 

adeegyada bulshada, dhaqanka iyo suugaanta, korodhso aqoontaada,

social services, culture and fun, upgrade your education, 

 

dhaqaalaha, arrimaha qoyska, hooyada iyo dhalaanka,

economy, family affairs, the mother and child clinic,

 

codka jaaliyadaha dibedda talooyinka dadweynaha,

the voice of community members outside, the decisions of the pubic,

 

runta ka sheeg,

telling the truth.

 

iyo guud ahaan barnaamijyo horumarineed

and the general developmental programs

 

oo dan u ah bulshadeena.

which is in our interest.

 

Warbaahinta Radio Hage waa mid isu dheelli tiran oo ku aadan qaybaha kala duwan ee bulshada.

The media on Radio Hage is balanced and fair to all the different parts of the society,

 

Waxaa soo diyaarinaya aqoondhaadnac, waxgarad

It is prepared by knowledgeable intellectuals

 

iyo abwaanno u leh waaya aragnimo diyaarinta dhigmadooda.

and scholars with experience in preparing written dialogue.

 

Waxaana soo jeedindoona garaadsamayaal u laylyan isku

Dubaridka

And presented by speakers that are trained

 

iyo baahinta barnaamijyada Radio Hage Soomaaliya.

and this will be the programs of Radio Hage Somalia.

 

Tilmaanta dhaliilaha Radio Hage

Excuse Radio Hage when

 

uu tebiyo waa dhisid,

the transmission fails to appear as we are still in the process of construction,

 

sixid iyo toosin ee dumin maahan.

correction and installation.

 

Radio Hage Soomaaliya ka dhegeyso mowjadaha hirarka gaagaaban ee 43ka iyo 90ka mitir band maalin iyo habeenba.

For Radio Hage Somalia listen on frequencies on short wave 6.915 MHz (43 metre band) and 3.980 MHz (90 metre band) day and night.

 

 
 
 Radio Hage radio test equipment.
Somali radio students are introduced to basic test equipment.
Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A showing students the operation of the Radio Hage Oscilloscope.
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 67.
 
 
 
 
 Radio Hage transmitters.

Somali radio students are trained in the basic adjustments of radio transmitters.

Left to right- 1. ? (radio student).
2. ? (radio student).
3. ?  (radio student).

Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 68.

 
 
 

Radio Hage studio equipment.

Radio students are trained in the connection of studio equipment.

All equipment has been disconnected and students are trying to reconnect correctly.

 

Left to right- 1. ? (radio student).
2. ? (radio student).
3. ?  (radio student).

4. ?  (radio student).
Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W (behind).

Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 69.

 
 
 
 

Radio Hage transmitter amplifiers. 

Radio students are trained in the tuning of radio transmitter amplifiers.

 

Left to right- 1. Abdikarim Nur Mohamud 6O0W.

2. ? (radio student).
3. ?  (radio student).

4. ?  (radio student).
5. ? (radio student).

Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 70.

 
 
 

Radio Hage on the air. 

Radio students get on the air training.

 Left to right- 1. ? (radio student).
2. ? (radio student).
Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 71.

 
 
 

Radio Hage program production room. 

Radio students are trained in program production using computer technology.

Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A at the Radio Hage program production controls.

Radio Hage Somalia,
Galkayo, Somalia
December 2007.
Photo 72.

 
 
 
 
 
 
INDEX-
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NABDAADI RAADIYO HAM SOOMAALIYA. RAADIYOO CAAWINTA AADANAHOO DHAN.

1. Somalia

 

RAADIYAHA AMITARKA SOOMAALIYEED.

2. Somalia ham radio

 

SHATIGA RAADIYAHA AMITARKA AH EE ABIDKIIS KAJIRAYA DALKA SOMALIYA.

3. Somalia ham radio license

 

SHATIYADA SOOMAALIYA AY SIINAYSO AJAANIBTA AMITAR RADIYOWGA AAN XADID NAYN.

4. Somalia visitor ham radio license

 

ISGAARSIINTA EE RAADIYAHA AMITARKA SOOMAALIYEED.

5. Somalia ham radio regulations

 

WAAXDA ISGAARSIINTA SOOMAALIYA.

6. Somalia amateur radio licensing authority

 

KOORSADA RAADYAHA AMITARKA SOOMAALIYA.

7. Somalia ham radio course

 

LAMBARADA WICITAANKA EE RAADIYAHA AMITARKA SOOMAALIYA.

8. Somalia ham radio callsigns

 

HORGALAHA CALAAMADDA WACITAANKA EE AMATEUR RADIO. WAXAY MUUJINAYSAA WADANKA.

9. Ham radio prefixes

 

JIMCIYADA RAADIYAHA AMITARKA EE SOOMAALIYA. 

10. SARFEN

 

WARISGAARSIINTA DEGDEGA AH EE AMITAR RAADYOOWGAEE SOOMAALIYA.

11. Somalia emergency network

 

SHARAX SHAQADA UU QABTO BOTON WALBA OO KAMID AH WARLALIS QABTAHA.

12. Holiday help in Somalia

 

BOOQDAYAASHA USOCDA SOOMAALIYA. 

13. Somalia radio holiday

 

BOOQO SOOMAALIYA.

14. Travel to Somalia

 

RADIO GAALKACYO, RADIO GALKACYO, RADIO GALKAACYO, RADIO GAALKAACYO, RADIO GALCAIO.
 
RADIO GAALKACYO 2. 
 

FM IYO SW RAADIYO EE SOOMAALIYA, SOOMAALILAND IYO JABUUTI.

 
RADIO HAGE SOOMAALIYA. 
 
KHARIIDADA SOOMAALIYA, KHARIIDADA SOOMAALILAND, KHARIIDADA PUNTLAND, KHARIIDADA GALMUDUG, KHARIIDADA ORGADEN, KHARIIDADA BARI XABASHI, KHARIIDADA WAQOOYI BARI KIINYA, KHARIIDADA KOONFUR ERITREA IYO KHARIIDADA JABUUTI.
 

HALKANI WAA RADIO 1993-2009.

20. Radio broadcasting in Somalia 1993-2009.

 

IDAACAD SW RAADIYO U SOOMAALIYA.

 
 
 
Contact: Sam Voron VK2BVS, 6O0A.