Monday 19 March 2018

We Cannot Complain about Water: Zeineb’s Story


In 2016, Zeineb Kayre Hussein, 40, was a pastoralist who always worked hard with her husband to sustain their decent livelihood from rearing their 200 shoats, 50 camels and 20 heads of cattle. One year on, here she is with her husband and their ten children in the Boholhagare temporary settlement for drought displaced people, losing all the livestock to the seemingly unending drought in Ethiopia’s Somali region.

Monday 19 March 2018

Continued Support: Musbah’s Only Hope

Monday 19 March 2018

We Cannot Reclaim Our Previous Way of Life: Ardo’s Story

Monday 19 March 2018

Mahad’s Journey to Recovery


May 2017 was not a good month for Ader Hassen Debey, a 49-year-old resident of Dariko Kebele in Kelafo Woreda of Somali’s Shebelle zone. Her child fell seriously ill, leaving her baby boy, Mahad Abdi Mohammed, two, to the entire care of her mother. Worse, Mahad followed suit and became awfully sick himself. When Ader took her grandchild to Kalaman Health Post in Kelafo, he was very weak from diarrhea and frequent vomiting.

Wednesday 3 January 2018

MCSP CBNC-NEGA shares results and key lessons