Thousands of people are displaced as drought leads to malnutrition and an outbreak of water-borne diseases.
As pastoralists move in search of pasture, families are separated and forced to live in camps where disease is rife.
Somalis are returning to Kismayo in a “voluntary” process to a homeland still stricken by war, drought, and hardship.
Up to 80 percent of Somaliland’s export income is generated by sales of sheep, goat, camel and cattle.
As their animals starve to death, thousands of herder families are struggling to survive.
Somaliland’s harshest drought is decimating the herder way of life and displacing thousands.
In displacement camps and across fractured rural communities, women are holding what remains together.
With continued government and rebel force fighting, civilians caught in between find shelter in holy city of Waat.
Conflict between S Sudan government and rebel forces reaches new levels of brutality upon 4th independence anniversary.
Dire security situation in the country and thousands displaced on the eve of anniversary celebrations.