Since June, 11 thousand died of famine in Somalia

Nairobi (Keydmedia) - The humanitarian crisis in Somalia has degenerated into famine in the two regions of Lower Shabelle and Southern Bakool and could still get worse. Pouring rain is hitting the capital Mogadishu, making the lives of thousands of people displaced even more miserable due to the drought and lack of adequate shelter.
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Among these, approximately 10 000 families from the regions of Bay, Bakool, Lower Shabelle, Lower Juba and Upper Juba, are without shelter, food, water, proper sanitation and bathing.

They live in 50 camps set up in the capital where people continue to arrive every day. Throughout the country, about half of the population, 3.7 million people, are in crisis, 2.8 million of them live in the south. "The government is doing its best, but the problem exceeds all expectations", said the Minister of local health of Somalia

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