Somaliland pastoralists losing livestock as they trek in search of water and pasture

(ERGO) – Mohamed Sahal Loodoon, 78, left Ruqi village in Baki district on 26 February […]

Locusts push families to the brink in central Somalia

(ERGO) – As a father of eight children, Dahir Abdi Hashi feels totally dejected that […]

Slump in Somali shilling hits low income families

Low income families in the town of Lasanod in Somaliland’s Sool region are unable to […]

Solar streetlighting energises central Somali town

(ERGO) – Small business owners in the central Somali town of Huurshe, 78 kms from […]

New livestock market in central Somalia boosts trade

(ERGO) – A new goat market in the central Somali town of Guriel has improved […]

Baidoa families go hungry as Coronavirus shrinks labour market

(ERGO) – Mohamed Abdi Ibrahim, a 37-year-old father of five, has been evicted from three […]

Galkayo IDPs lack food and water, despite being given their own houses

(ERGO) – Nasteho Awil Abdullahi, a displaced mother of six, thought that moving into her […]

Refugee ice-cream businesses frozen by lockdown in Dadaab camps

(ERGO) – Abdimajid Jama Sanharir, owner of Sokeeye Ice Cream, one of three ice cream […]

Lifting up trade for Mogadishu women fruit sellers

(ERGO) – Fadumo Haji Ma’allin, a widowed mother of 14, has been doing a roaring […]

Salt mines offer new livelihoods to former Somali pastoralists in Gedo

(ERGO) – Mining salt is a far cry from herding livestock, but for former pastoralist […]

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