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Somali farmers in Afmadow reduced by drought to menial jobs

(ERGO) – Ismail Mohamed Shangolow used to keep livestock and grow crops on his six-hectare […]

Training helps green the farms of former pastoralists in Sool

(ERGO) –  Abdikani Mohamed Dubba, a recent convert to farming, is delighted to have increased […]

Water crisis leaves families in central Somalia’s Mudug region desperate

(ERGO) – Nadifo Muhyadin Hassan’s family survives on the roughly five litres of water a […]

Paraplegic Somali graduate vows to bring change as public servant

(ERGO) – Moulid Ali Dukow, 25, a paraplegic, is looking forward to changing the world […]

Deaths and injuries as torrential rains hit Hargeisa

(ERGO) – Marodijeh governor, Ahmed Jam’a, told Radio Ergo that heavy rains caused the deaths […]

Female domestic workers from Mogadishu IDP camps suffer rape by city employers

(ERGO) – Radio Ergo’s IDP Camp series this week looks at the threat of rape […]

Deaths on the road to Mogadishu as the sick in Wanleweyn have no hospital

Ismahan Hassan Ahmed’s brother, Abdifitah, died last week at the family home in southern Somalia’s […]

Women take off in business with microcredit scheme by local bank in Mogadishu

(ERGO) – Katibo Abdikadir Sheik Ali runs a thriving business transporting mangoes, pawpaw, and watermelons […]

No meat or milk for dejected Somali pastoralist IDPs in Sanag

(ERGO) – In our series on Somalia’s IDP camps, Radio Ergo’s reporter in Sanag spoke […]

Somali high school students devote holidays to teaching literacy to pastoralists in Mudug

(ERGO) – High school students and teachers from a school in central Somalia’s Mudug region […]

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