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Somalia Struggles to Survive: Battling the Devastating Effects of War and Climate Change

Under the punishing sun and amidst tin shacks in Galkayo, Somalia, mothers worry about feeding their children, a struggle echoed across the country where rains have failed, leading to severe drought and subsequent flooding. "The Somali people didn't cause climate change, but they are suffering from its effects," says El-Khidir Daloum, the wfp's country director for Somalia. Samawade, a small settlement like many in Somalia, reflects the nation's fragility due to conflict and extreme weather events. Nearly 4 million…

Empowering Somalia: KSrelief and UK Collaborate to Aid Those Battling Severe Acute Malnutrition

In Riyadh, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah, and Andrew Mitchell signed a collaboration agreement with UNICEF to fight severe malnutrition in Somalia. KSrelief and the FCDO will each contribute $2.5 million to provide nutrition, water, and hygiene services in 15 high-risk areas for 101,000 Somali children. This $5 million partnership is part of Saudi Arabia and the UK FCDO's shared efforts to ease the hardships of the Somali people through humanitarian projects.

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