at the University at Simad University run by Direct Aid Society

‏The first university in the Republic of Somali Dr. Abdulrahman Saleh Al-Muhailan, Chairman of the Board of Direct Aid, The seminar was attended by Dr Abdulla Abdulrahman Al Sumait, Director General of the Society and the Simad University School of Mirrors.

‏The hospital will serve the residents of the nearby areas and the 2,800 students studying in nine faculties: Faculty of Administrative Sciences, Computer College, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Law, College of Education, College of Health Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, Veterinary Medicine. Twenty eight specialties.

‏The hospital includes clinics for general surgery, orthopedics and gynecology, obstetrics and gynecology, and radiology, emergency and intensive care units. The hospital has laboratories capable of analyzing 60 samples per hour and oxygen tubes to provide hospital needs and achieve self sufficiency.

‏Direct assistance boasted that the University of Samad is currently ranked first among Somali universities and enjoys a high reputation among Somali society, offering a unique educational service. The University has extensive relations with scientific and research institutions and organizations and is an active member of many of these regional and international institutions and organizations.

‏Simad University was founded in 1999 as the largest institution providing university education in Somalia at the initiative of the Direct Aid Society to train the middle management staff of public and private institutions after civil wars and prepare a leading generation with knowledge to meet the needs of the local labor market.

‏Simad University was founded in 1999 as the largest institution providing university education in Somalia at the initiative of the Direct Aid Society to train the middle management staff of public and private institutions after civil wars and prepare a leading generation with knowledge to meet the needs of the local labor market.