Somalia, which has already been hit by climate-related disasters such as floods and desert locust invasions, is now experiencing a severe drought that is generating widespread displacement.

People are flocking to towns and cities around the country in search of water and food, putting the government’s reaction of declaring a state of emergency to address the crisis to the test.

The Bay, Bakol, and Gedo regions have been impacted the worst

Baidoa, the Bay region’s capital, is home to nearly 400,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) and continues to receive hordes of people from all across the state.

The catastrophic drought in Somalia is fueling mass displacement.

Somalia, which has already been hit by climate-related disasters such as floods and desert locust invasions, is now experiencing a severe drought that is generating widespread displacement.

People are flocking to towns and cities around the country in search of water and food, putting the government’s reaction of declaring a state of emergency to address the crisis to the test.

The Bay, Bakol, and Gedo regions have been impacted the worst.

Baidoa, the Bay region’s capital, is home to nearly 400,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) and continues to receive hordes of people from all across the state.

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