Hope for Somalia

Somalia is suffering through what the United Nations called “the longest and most severe drought in its history.” The Horn of Africa usually has two wet seasons a year. One lasts from March to May, and another from October to December. The past five wet seasons—going back to 2020—have all failed. Climatologists are expecting the coming wet season this spring to also fail. Neighboring countries like Ethiopia and Kenya are also affected. This is dramatically impacting agriculture and food production.

Read more at “Amid a Record-breaking Drought”

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