Somalia faces tremendous difficulties in implementing its development priorities, which is largely rooted in challenges emerging from the institutional breakdown and fragmentation of Somali society following the collapse in 1991. The huge potential of the country, as well as the benefits of the well-established key stakeholders, such as private sector and civil society organizations, together with the commitment of the international community, can bring about substantial opportunities towards unleashing the potential of South-South and triangular cooperation for Somalia and beyond. Download now.