Return to sender? Maybe not as Somalia to restart mail 22 yrs on

Somalis may soon be receiving letters from abroad for the first time in more than 20 years after a deal was struck with the United Nations’ postal agency, the latest step towards ending Somalia’s isolation following two decades of civil conflict.

But the challenges to bringing the Horn of Africa country back into the global postal community are manifold – there are no functioning post offices, only the main roads are named and most houses do not have a number.

Read more: Return to sender? Maybe not as Somalia to restart mail 22 yrs on | The New Age Online.