Aid scant in Somalia’s “worst drought in 20 years”

AlertNet: A Somali refugee carries water at the Dagahaley camp in Dadaab, near the Kenya-Somalia border, April 3, 2011. Hunger in Somalia is likely to worsen as "one of the worst droughts in recent memory' intensifies and humanitarian funding is scant, aid agencies said on Friday. "This drought is so serious, worse than others in recent years, that even the camels in some communities are dying,' said Geno Teofilo of Oxfam Novib, one of the 31 agencies issuing Friday's statement. "Some of them (Somalis)......

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