Somalia’s severe drought threatens children’s education

Dollow, southern Somalia - The severe drought in Somalia is threatening the lives of millions. Children are particularly vulnerable, and their education has been disrupted. The UN says a third of those enrolled in schools in drought-affected areas

    Dollow, southern Somalia - The severe drought in Somalia is threatening the lives of millions.

    Children are particularly vulnerable, and their education has been disrupted.

    The UN says a third of those enrolled in schools in drought-affected areas are at risk of dropping out.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Dollow in southern Somalia.


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