Briefing Room

Follow a doctor delivering desperately needed aid to drought stricken Somalia

The UN has raised the alarm level on the hunger crisis hitting countries in the Horn of Africa. Half the population, or 6.2 million people now need humanitarian assistance to survive. In Somalia, specifically, violence from Al-shabaab and other armed groups only exacerbates the problem.

Wajid is one of the most desperate villages in southern Somalia, in part because the territory surrounding it is controlled by al-Shabaab, making the supply of crucial aid extremely fraught.

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