Severe drought in Somalia

The strongest drought reigned in Somalia. Since November last year, about 740,000 people were forced to leave their homes in search of food and water.

Acute hunger in the country is experienced by about 3 million people, including 275,000 children. More than 6 million people need humanitarian assistance. Overcrowded refugee camps. Against the background of the food crisis, cholera and bark diseases spread.

Agriculture and livestock were severely affected by the drought.