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."

Iraq

Rebuilding schools and young lives in Mosul after ISIL

Teachers at Mosul's rebuilt schools say that even as they attempt to return their pupils to a child's normal routine, the trauma and psychological effects of the war continue to plague the students.

Rebuilding schools and young lives in Mosul after ISIL

Middle East

Basra unrest tops new Iraqi government agenda

Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and Iraq's new government face major challenges to pacify angry residents in the oil-rich south.

Basra unrest tops new Iraqi government agenda

Middle East

Yemen war: Disease rife amid water and sewage crisis

As the conflict nears its fourth year, poor sanitation, an acute shortage of food and the resulting malnutrition is worsening what is already the world's greatest humanitarian crisis.

Yemen war: Disease rife amid water and sewage crisis

Middle East

Yemen war: A devastating toll for children

As the conflict in Yemen continues unabated, the situation worsens, causing the list of malnourished children to increase daily.

Yemen war: A devastating toll for children

Middle East

Yemen struggles to enforce disability rights laws amid conflict

The International Red Cross says thousands have either lost a limb or suffered some other severe injury since the war began in 2015.

Yemen struggles to enforce disability rights laws amid conflict

Middle East

Saada attack: Mourners vented anger against Saudi, UAE

Funerals of victims of the Saada bus attack gathered angry mourners who shouted slogans against Saudi Arabia and what they say is its biggest ally and arms supplier the United States.

Saada attack: Mourners vented anger against Saudi, UAE

Middle East

'Didn't find any remains': Yemen's survivors on deadly bus attack

The UN Security Council has called for an independent investigation into a Saudi-led coalition attack on a school bus that killed dozens of people, including at least 40 children, on Thursday.

'Didn't find any remains': Yemen's survivors on deadly bus attack

Middle East

UN calls for probe into Yemen school bus attack

The Saudi-led coalition has been criticised repeatedly for targeting civilian areas in their attacks, but the images of children covered in blood still appear to have shocked the world.

UN calls for probe into Yemen school bus attack

Middle East

Yemen war: Fears of new cholera outbreak as violence escalates

Aid groups fear escalation in fighting could cause a shutdown of vital port of Hodeidah, further exacerbating what is already world's worst humanitarian crisis.

Yemen war: Fears of new cholera outbreak as violence escalates

Africa

Eritrea-Ethiopia peace: Nations to restore links

Optimism reigns in Eritrea and Ethiopia as their leaders take steps to bridge historical divides and erase old animosities.

Eritrea-Ethiopia peace: Nations to restore links

Middle East

Yemeni refugees build new life in Ethiopia

While some have been in Ethiopia since the beginning of the war, many have only just arrived.

Yemeni refugees build new life in Ethiopia

Africa

Shortage of foreign currencies threatens Ethiopia's economy

Foreign investors and local businesses complain that a shortage of foreign currencies like the US dollar are stifling the private sector.

Shortage of foreign currencies threatens Ethiopia's economy