According to a new survey conducted by Oxfam International and based on 1 802 household interviews and 240 focus groups in 40 regions of Somalia, recent poor rains, falling incomes and high food prices were increasing the risk of preventable disease and forcing people to rely on aid.
Oxfam alarmed on 8 October that the situation in the south of the country remained critical with disturbing malnutrition figures and a possibility of deterioration due to food and water shortages. Acco...
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