Somalia’s second-largest area is known to be Gedo. Gedo lies in the border of Somalia and places like Kenya, parts of Ethiopia and certain regions of Somalia like Bakool and Jubbada Hoose are its neighbors.
Gedo’s population is rising and it is one of the densely populated regions in Somalia. The region of Jubaland is to a certain extent a part of Gedo, which has a rich history of its own. There are a lot of migrants who are coming to this region annually from various other countries and are settling down.
Main Features Of The Gedo Region
The region of Gedo consists of around seven districts and these regions are very productive for agriculture and farming purposes. The region of Lugh in Gedo is very rich and farming and cattle grazing goes on in this region. Agriculture is the main occupation of the people of Gedo. The food items, which are mainly grown in this part of Gedo are cereals and whole wheat such as rice and maize, and fruits like bananas are also found here. “Bulaowo” is highly populated and this is the center from where all kinds of trade transactions are carried out. Cities like Bardera and Beled Hawo are quiet urbanized and educational institutions and cultural centers are also to be found.
Gedo is growing gradually and many sectors are getting urbanized with the rising economic conditions.