Somaliland: Three Ways Social Workers Responded to Recent Droughts

With livestock contributing to more than 60% of the country’s GPD, thousands of people loss their life-dependent livestock and consequently migrated to remote places to save their lives with whatever food and water available.

Somaliland: Three Ways Social Workers Responded to Recent Droughts
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