Mohammed Adow

Mohammed Adow

"Mohammed Adow is an Al Jazeera roving correspondent based in Doha. He has more than 15 years of experience reporting from across Africa.

Mohammed has filed exclusive reports for Al Jazeera about the Ogaden fighters who have been battling to achieve an autonomous state in eastern Ethiopia. He has also reported from the Rift Valley and elsewhere in Kenya about the post-election violence that rocked the nation, and covered conflicts in Somalia and Sudan."

Africa

Malaria deaths surge in Africa amid fight against COVID-19

Why Malaria-related deaths in Africa could more than double this year.

Malaria deaths surge in Africa amid fight against COVID-19

Africa

Remittances to Kenya hit hard by COVID-19

Coronavirus pandemic means fewer Africans in diaspora are sending money home. Al Jazeera looks at how Kenyans are affected.

Remittances to Kenya hit hard by COVID-19

Africa

COVID-19: Tens of thousands of migrants stranded across Africa

Calls for humanitarian flights as coronavirus pandemic leaves migrants without work and in limbo across Africa.

COVID-19: Tens of thousands of migrants stranded across Africa

Africa

Amnesty calls for justice for protesters killed in DRC

A new report by the human rights organisation found Congolese security forces 'brutally and systematically cracked down on protesters' between 2015 and 2018.

Amnesty calls for justice for protesters killed in DRC

Africa

Kenya lockdown measures taking toll on Eid festivities

Businesses in Kenya suffer, as coronavirus lockdowns hit the normally busy Eid al-Fitr holiday trade.

Kenya lockdown measures taking toll on Eid festivities

Asia Pacific

African countries turn to China for debt relief

Many African governments are struggling to find the money to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

African countries turn to China for debt relief

Africa

Amnesty: Somalia journalists face abusive means of suppression

A recent Amnesty International report says harassment and intimidation of journalists are so deeply entrenched, it makes Somalia one of the most dangerous places to report from.

Amnesty: Somalia journalists face abusive means of suppression

Africa

Somalia: Only one hospital to treat country’s COVID-19 patients

In Somalia, healthcare workers are facing the prospect of treating patients without adequate medical resources.

Somalia: Only one hospital to treat country’s COVID-19 patients

Democratic Republic of the Congo

COVID-19 adds to DR Congo's multiple health crises

The healthcare system in one of the world's poorest countries is struggling to treat cholera, measles, ebola - and now coronavirus.

COVID-19 adds to DR Congo's multiple health crises

Middle East

Driven out by drought: Farmland turns barren in Somalia

Two years after the last drought ended, Somalia is facing one of the driest rainy seasons in more than 30 years.

Driven out by drought: Farmland turns barren in Somalia

Middle East

Turkey protesters call for return of those abducted by PKK

They claim Kurdish party HDP has been forcibly recruiting or luring their children and relatives to fight for the outlawed group.

Turkey protesters call for return of those abducted by PKK

Middle East

Tens of thousands flee as Syrian forces continue Idlib advance

Deadly bombing prompts more civilians to flee in northwest Syria as gov't gains terrain in last rebel-held province.

Tens of thousands flee as Syrian forces continue Idlib advance