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Famine stalks Sudan and Somalia again

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Famine stalks Sudan and Somalia again
Date: 
May 20, 2014
Source: 
The Times of London
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Conflict and poor rains could trigger deadly famines in both South Sudan and Somalia in the months ahead, aid agencies have warned.

Quoted: 'Returning refugees from Kenya will destabilize Somalia'

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Displaced in Mogadishu: Somali families survive on the capital city's mean streets

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Somalia, on the two-year anniversary of the famine

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Father’s Day has special significance for one dad in Dadaab refugee complex

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In Somalia, a father works to build his family’s future

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Recovering from drought and famine in Somalia

Meet two families in South Central Somalia whose lives and communities have been improved through International Rescue Committee projects helping drought and famine survivors make a living. The projects receive support from ECHO, the European Commission's humanitarian aid office.

Dadaab Stories: Inside the world's largest refugee camp

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Rain water conservation in Somalia helps thousands

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Rain water conservation in Somalia helps thousands
Date: 
March 22, 2013
Source: 
GlobalPost
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Coping with cyclical droughts has become a way of life for millions of Somalis. If water is not readily available, families often spend a large portion of their income on purchasing it, taking away from a meager stock of funds that would otherwise have gone for spending on food and other essentials.

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