Killing Drought in Somalia

Killing Drought in Somalia

March 16, 2017

Drought in Somalia is called a national disaster, and the United Nations recognizes the existence of a major humanitarian crisis. Approximately 6 million people, about half of the country's population, are recognized as needing help against the background of the upcoming full-scale famine. The last two seasons were low rainfall, which caused a major crop failure. More than half of the population is engaged in the livestock industry, drought threatens their main source of food and survival. In Nigeria, Yemen and South Sudan, famine has already been declared in some areas.

The 30-year-old shepherd Ahmed Haji (Ahmed Haji) traveled thousands of miles with his flock in search of greener pastures. Previously, the herd numbered 1,200 heads, but hundreds died during the difficult journey. He left his wife and five children, fearing that they would not survive the eight-day trip. But all his efforts were in vain, here it is just as dry and lifeless.


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  • Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia

    Killing Drought in Somalia