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  • Somalia: A Famine Crisis One Year On - Lives Saved and Lessons Learned

    news AllAfrica.com, 01 Aug 2012 (9 years ago )
    Dollo Ado — A year after the onset of the Somalia famine, Aden Yusef Kabey can laugh at the pain he endured. He has regained the body weight he lost over the past year. He can walk, eat and sleep. "I've come back from the dead," says the 22-year-old. "Now I want to have a future and take full adv...
  • Refugees lament losses as fire razes market in Kenya's Dadaab camp

    news UNHCR, 03 Aug 2012 (9 years ago )
    DADAAB, Kenya, August 2 (UNHCR) – A devastating fire that razed a market in Kenya's Dadaab refugee complex last weekend has highlighted the need for better fire safety preparedness and response in the world's largest refugee camp. The fire started on Sunday evening in the market of Dagahaley camp...
  • UNHCR alarm on health risks for refugees in South Sudan

    news www.unhcr.org, 31 Aug 2012 (9 years ago )
    Conditions in South Sudan’s refugee camps have continued to worsen over the past few days under the strain of continuing large refugee inflows and flooding from torrential rains. The health situation has at this point become UNHCR’s priority concern, and we are watching closely for possible outbreak...
  • Announcing the Winners of the Global HackForGood

    news Technology for Good, 20 Jun 2013 (8 years ago )
    There was such overwhelming interest in our Global Hack for Good on World Refugee Day – we could not accommodate all that wanted to participate! So we are announcing the old fashioned way – on Facebook and Twitter! First, the challenge: The number of forcibly displaced people around the worl...
  • Return intention survey for Somali refugees begins in Dadaab

    news UNHCR, 20 Feb 2014 (8 years ago )
    A comprehensive return intention survey for Somali refugees began in Dadaab on 17 February 2014. The objective of the survey is to accurately understand the needs and concerns of Somali refugees in relation to voluntary repatriation. More than 7,000 refugees living in the five camps that make up ...
  • Somali minister quits over al-Shabab attack

    news Aljazeera Agencies, 25 May 2014 (8 years ago )
    Somalia's national security minister has resigned after an attack by al-Shabab fighters on the country's parliament. The resignation of Abdikarim Guled late on Saturday came after the group set off powerful car bombs outside parliament and fighters armed with explosive vests, grenades and machine...
  • UN Envoy for Somalia pledges support, calls on Somalis to unite for progress

    news UNSOM, 09 Jun 2014 (7 years ago )
    Mogadishu, 3 June 2014 – Speaking at an event to mark the first anniversary since the launch of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Somalia (SRSG), Nicholas Kay, pledged the UN’s continued support for Somalia and called ...
  • Somali women struggle to make it in politics

    news Al Jazeera, 11 Jun 2014 (7 years ago )
    "I get threats, day in, day out," says Fawzia Yusuf Adam. "Yes, it happens, but I am not afraid about what might happen tomorrow. I am busy with today." Adam is one of Somalia's most senior female politicians. A former diplomat and long-time women's rights activist, she became the country's first...
  • Defeating al-Shabab and dismembering Somalia

    news Al Jazeera, 01 Jul 2014 (7 years ago )
    Two years ago, the African Union Military Force (AMISOM) liberated the Somali capital, Mogadishu, from al-Shabab. More recently AMISOM and the Somali Army declared victories over al-Shabab by capturing major towns. The international community which supports AMISOM has touted these advances, yet the ...
  • U.N. sees warning signs of return to famine in Somalia

    news Thomson Reuters Foundation: Author: Katy Migiro, 03 Jul 2014 (7 years ago )
    NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Hunger is set to worsen in Somalia due to rising food prices, patchy rains and a lack of access to people in need, undermining efforts to rebuild the conflict-scarred country, senior U.N. officials said late on Wednesday. The last two rainy seasons, which pe...