All stories about Horn of Africa food crisis
Kenya: Without water in West Wajir September 9, 2011
"Look. Over there. See them?"
Somalia: Update from Mogadishu September 8, 2011
I just returned from Mogadishu, where we're trucking clean water to three tent camps in Mogadishu, reaching more than 13,000 people every day.
Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya: Water delivery starts in Mogadishu September 2, 2011
Although the crisis in Africa's Horn has fallen off the front pages, the situation "continues to deteriorate," according to the latest UN report. Cholera, measles and malaria are on the rise. Food prices have shot up, livestock are withering, and water is scarce.
Somalia: Mogadishu: Conditions in camps August 30, 2011
There are over half a million people living in displacement camps in Mogadishu as a result of the famine and years of civil war. Most do not have access to clean water and basic sanitation services.
Kenya: No more trekking and a chance to go to school August 29, 2011
I met Zeinab Abdikadir as she was watering her family’s goats with her father at a Mercy Corps water storage tank in Bilil Burbur. She caught my attention because, at just nine years old, she was completely focused on her work.
Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya: The purple dots represent hope August 25, 2011
Somalia: Families seeking help at a Mogadishu hospital August 25, 2011
Banadir Hospital, the government hospital in Mogadishu, is providing medical assistance to malnourished and sick people. The hospital is flooded with mothers and children, and there is a long line of people waiting to be admitted.
Somalia: Overwhelming needs in Mogadishu August 25, 2011
I just got off a Horn of Africa emergency response team phone conference involving dozens of colleagues in at least five different countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Ethiopia: Helping more than 647,000 Ethiopians survive drought August 23, 2011
Our emergency response efforts in Ethiopia's Oromia and Somali Regions — two of the areas hit hardest by the region's worst drought in 60 years — continue to expand. We're now reaching 647,005 people, about 22,000 more than reported in our last update from Ethiopia.
Somalia: Heartbreaking visit to Mogadishu hospital August 23, 2011
I visited a Mogadishu hospital last week and found overcrowded conditions, children with measles and cholera — but also some signs of hope.