Humanitarian Crisis In Dhobley Southern Somalia

Severe drought and famine are taking their toll on thousands of residents and internally displaced persons (IDPs), some of whom have been displaced several times due to fighting between governments forces and insurgents, in Somalia’s southern town of Dhobley 15Km away from the Kenya-Somali border.

Not only has the lack of clean water and food affected the residents, but a blockade of food delivery trucks by the Islamist militant group al-Shabab has created a dire situation for an already weak population. Mohammed Yusuf reports from Dhobley Southern Somalia.


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