SOMALI YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (SYDF) is the largest youth alliance of Somalia-based with more than 300 members working in youth developments; Members are locally-based and secular, large and small with the focus of world’s most poor and vulnerable populations.
SYDF is working across the interactive Conflict about the life-saving work for Peace's though Somalia which is ranked the least peaceful place on earth and the armed violence shows no signs of abating. Access to weapons is prolonging the conflict in Somalia, exacerbating violence, fuelling crime, and actively undermining counter-insurgency, security and peace-building efforts, Assisting the flooded community, Somali Youth Development Foundation (SYDF) is willing to re-unite and improve life’s of Somali community through Youth to Youth wise managements.
However, the number of suicides has not declined over the past 6 years. Achieving the national goal during the remaining years will require extensive and consistent campaigns dealing with the issues and problems underlying suicide/explosive, as well as simple screening methods for detecting depression. These campaigns must reach those individuals whose high-risk status goes unrecognized. In this review paper, we propose a strategy for the early detection of suicide risk by screening for depression according to self-perceived symptoms. It requires a comprehensive multi-sectoral approach that involves both health care and non-health care sectors and action at various levels utilizing a framework based on a set of guiding principles and a range of strategies with specific objectives as a national priority within an interdisciplinary context through youth to youth wise management.