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This year the KUNA students represented Somalia and Djibouti. They were award honerable mention for internation stage and one of the resolutions was signed by the Secretary General. Congrats to all the participants.

Somalia Resolutions

To purify and increase the pumping of ground water to secure Somalia’s water sources.

First Preambulatory Phrase,
Realizing that the Horn of Africa is dying. After two seasons with no rainfall, it is victim to the worst drought in 60 years,
Keeping in mind that The Water Act of 2002 and Environmental Management Act of 1999, educated people of the problem but did not act on or manage the underground water that could be accessible,
Emphasizing the 2010 resolution 64/292, the human rights to water and sanitation and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights.  The 2011, UN Human Rights Council passed a new resolution to go a step farther and calls on states to ensure water and sanitation services,
Convinced that steps taken by Somalia and the UN towards increasing the quality of groundwater can contribute to the Health and food supply of the Somalian people,
Recognizing “ That the world is watching and expectations are high. Let us demonstrate that we are determined to work together to build a better life and a bright future for the most vulnerable, their children, and their grandchildren. Secretary Ban Ki Moon, January 2015.

1. First Operative Phrase,
Calls upon  the UNICEF to fund and manage the purification of the underground water.
2. Requests that the UNICEF set up water purification pumps near underground water reserves, and manage them.
3. Further recommends that this resolution will begin one year after this bill is passed. It will take place at underground water reserves in Somalia.

Djibouti Resolution

Establishing new farmland within Djibouti to decrease malnutrition.

First Preambulatory Phrase,
Deeply Concerned that malnutrition throughout Djibouti poses a serious threat to the countries well being. There is 5.43 million people living in Djibouti and 62% are malnourished. Diseased water and lack of fruits and vegetables has lead to this problem.
Recalling the Secretary General's statement in 1992,  that Djibouti had a urgent need for assistance to mitigate the wide spread starvation in the areas of Somalia affect by civil war and drought.
Emphasized the crisis of 2011, the World Food Program assisted in the aid of four million people. The support remains vital to help food insecure populations meet their immediate needs.
Conscious that steps taken by the UNICEF to help child hunger have reduce the rates but the need is still there for children and adults.

1. First Operative Phrase,
Calls upon the UN to fund new farmland which will decrease unemployment rates and increase the amounts of fruits and vegetables available in country to decrease malnutrition. Over the years it should also be able to fund itself from an increase in exports.
2. Designates the UN to take action within one year in various places based on the amount of water wells in the area.






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