In a small corner of southwestern Somalia, Unsan Shukurow and countless others, are facing a dire situation.
“We are living a horrible drought and a difficult time,” said Shukurow, a mother of a malnourished child. “We hardly have enough to get by, let alone to think of our future.”
It’s 97 degrees, and in a packed UN camp just outside Baidoa, Somalia, Shukurow and hundreds of people are bracing for what one United Nations official has described as “extremely bad” conditions…. [read more]