WORLD MUST ‘ACT FAST,’ SCALE UP LIFE-SAVING ASSISTANCE IN DROUGHT-HIT SOMALIA – UN

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A group of women in Mogadishu, Somalia, after leaving Toro-Toro, 100 kilometres away, because of a lack of water and food. Photo: OCHA

 

WORLD MUST ‘ACT FAST,’ SCALE UP LIFE-SAVING ASSISTANCE IN DROUGHT-HIT SOMALIA – UN

As a severe drought deepens in Somalia, the risk of famine is looming in the long-troubled country, with about half the population in need of some form of assistance, according to an assessment by United Nations agencies and humanitarian partners. Read more

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