Somalia

Member News

03 Apr 2018
Skills enable young refugees to start a new life in back home (LWI) – A protracted refugee situation in Dadaab, Kenya, means, that many young people are born in the [...]

ACT News

29 Jan 2019

Gabey Mayow Kalmoy, 33 years old, is a resident of Busle village, a small community of 2000 people in the the Gedo region of the Jubaland State in Somalia.  She is married and a proud mother of 5 children. She gives an account of how her life has changed tremendously since the implementation of the […]

07 Dec 2018

The drought in Somalia is a clear example that more needs to be done in terms of coordinated humanitarian response to prepare for the threats of global warming. 

08 Aug 2014

Nearly 1 million people in Somalia were reported to be in need of life-saving help in 2014, 300,000 of whom were malnourished children. Exacerbating the food situation, Somalia was also dealing with military offensives and threats from insurgents. The UNHCR estimated that 50,000 people were internally displaced in the first quarter of 2014 alone, with […]

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