UN MIGRATION AGENCY LAUNCHES $24.6 MILLION APPEAL FOR DROUGHT-HIT SOMALIA

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Somalia is facing famine triggered by a major drought. Photo: IOM/Mary-Sanyu Osire

UN MIGRATION AGENCY LAUNCHES $24.6 MILLION APPEAL FOR DROUGHT-HIT SOMALIA

To meet the emergency needs of over a million Somalis affected by drought, the United Nations migration agency is appealing to international donors for $24.6 million in funding. Read more

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