Somalia’s Humanitarian Crisis: Worse than Darfur?

WPR contributors David Axe and Daria Solovieva are both en route to Somalia as we speak, where they’ll be filing stories in the coming weeks on the difficult security and humanitarian situation there. Today we published the first dispatch of their trip, written from Nairobi, in which they provide a good overview of the situation in the Horn of Africa country. What particularly caught our eye is this paragraph, about the dire humanitarian crisis in Somalia (bolding added): Somalia now represents the worst humanitarian crisis in Africa, even worse than the one in Darfur, according to U.N. World Food Program […]

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