Women need greater say in dealing with drought – officials

AlertNet: Internally displaced women wait to receive relief food from a distribution point in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on A lack of women in policymaking is worsening the impact of the Horn of Africa drought, U.N. and aid agency officials say. The region, which is seeing intensifying dry spells believed linked to climate change, is struggling with what aid agencies say is its worst drought in 60 years. Pastures and wells have dried, livestock are dying and thousands of families from southern Somalia......

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