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Thursday 7 November 2019

BELEDWEYNE FLOODING IS ANOTHER LEVEL OF CRISES THAT NEEDS MORE ATTENTION

Beledweyne Flooding is another level of crises that needs more attention

 By Saddam Hussein Carab,

Friday 1 November 2019

EXTREME WEATHER BATTERS SOMALIA FORCING AT LEAST 100,000 CHILDREN FROM THEIR HOMES

 

EXTREME WEATHER BATTERS SOMALIA FORCING AT LEAST 100,000 CHILDREN FROM THEIR HOMES

 - Fears of disease as infrastructure damaged and floods worsen in Beledweyne, with more rain predicted

- Tropical Cyclone Kyarr is expected to hit by the weekend bringing strong winds to Puntland and Somaliland

Tuesday 29 October 2019

FLOODS INCREASES VULNERABILITIES OF SOMALI FAMILIES

 

FLOODS INCREASES VULNERABILITIES OF SOMALI FAMILIES

By Saddam Hussein Carab

Tuesday 29 October 2019

CHILDREN AT RISK AS FLOODS CONTINUE TO DEVASTATE THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE IN HIRAAN

CHILDREN AT RISK AS FLOODS CONTINUE TO DEVASTATE THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE IN HIRAAN

By Saddam Hussein Carab 

“I really fear for my children.  One of them has a fever and has been vomiting since we came to this camp,” says Hani Abdirahman. “I got some medicines from a community health volunteer, but my child is not getting better. I pray the situation does not get worse.”

Thursday 24 October 2019

TENS OF THOUSANDS OF FLOOD-HIT FAMILIES IN HIRAAN URGENTLY NEED HUMANITARIAN AID

Somalia: Tens of thousands of flood-hit families in Hiraan urgently need humanitarian aid

Mogadishu, October 24th, 2019  An estimated 140,000 people – including some 70,000 children - in the Hiraan region of Somalia who have been forced to flee rising flood waters to higher grounds are in desperate need of clean water, food, temporary latrines and shelter, Save the Children is warning.

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