Mohamud M. Hassan
Director of OK Somalia
Mohamud M. Hassan is academician Works at Zamzam University of Science and Technology with the interest in ICT for Agriculture, Open access for agriculture and data in education. He co-founded a none for profit organization called Dallag intended to help Somali farmers to receive relevant market information. Dallag provides visualization, infographics, and data comprehension support to farmers.
Mohamud promotes free access to data and information for agriculture, livestock and education. He is a local organizer for Open Knowledge community in Somalia. Besides, He is an advisor to Somali Youth Civic Education (SYCO) a youth platform that campaigns for Federalism & citizen participation in peacebuilding, create livelihood and capacity building programs for youth.
He has extensive knowledge in creating and managing content. He trains farmers and office staff for a productive work environment. Mohamud has graduated with Masters of Computer Science in Web Technology at UTHM, Malaysia.
Hussein Osman Abdullahi
Hussein Osman Abdullahi lectures at SIMAD University in Mogadishu, Somalia where he is currently Director Admissions and Records. He holds a BSc. in Information Technology from the SIMAD University and Master of Science in Information Technology from International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). Over the years, he has taught courses in the field of ICT, E-commerce, E-procurement, E-Banking, and IT Project Management. Mr. Hussein is Regional Coordinator of web 2.0 and social media workshops certified by Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) in the Netherlands.
Mr Husein is very interested in the new startup culture phenomenal in Somalia particularly in Mogadishu. He is also co-founder Dallag ICT none for profit organization for publishing and distributing market information to local farmers.
Abdullahi Guled Ibrahim
Abdullahi is an ICT professional and has a bachelor degree in Information Technology from Malaysia and he has worked with different institutions in the education sector, public, private sector and NGOs. Currently, he is ICT consultant at Ministry of Post, Telecommunication and Technology and lecturer at Horn of Africa University. He teaches mobile computing and advanced networking.
Abdullahi is a member of Somali Network Operator group which is a forum for Somali networking professionals to develop technical capacities, share experiences and collaborate on developing expertise and competency through training and research in networking and Internet technologies.
Abdullahi is an advocate of open knowledge and data as a tool to measure progress and show transparency