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2006.12.28
This was Somalia less than a year ago. Desperately parched, in the grip of a monumental drought. And Somalia today. Whole villages surrounded by the flood, the banks of the Shabelle river inundating farmlands. Once they struggled to grow maize in this field, now, all they can do is fish. Thousands in central and southern Somalia have been displaced by recent flooding. This school, recently rehabilitated by UNICEF, is now completely under water, the children continue their studies as best they can, under a tree in their ramshackle camp called Congo. The situation is desperate, and even the village chief has seen his livelihood destroyed SOUNDBITE (Somali): Nur Mohamud Dhegey Congo displaced village leader “I only had goats before the floods, he says, in the same night the rain came and the water came from the river. And I lost almost all of my livestock. There was no time, we had to flee. What should I take-my children or my goats?” More rains are predicted, but the weather is not the only worry. Continuing tensions between the Islamic Courts Union and the Transitional government have the very real possibility of exploding into all out conflict. The humanitarian costs of the war would be catastrophic, with access to the vulnerable already difficult. But for now fears of malaria and water born diseases are more pressing for those in the camps. SOUNDBITE (Somali):Amina Ali Abdi (Displaced Somali “My mother got malaria and then other sicknesses now she is getting sicker. We are stuck here in the heat and we need assistance.” As more displaced move in and set up their ramshackle shelters, Somalia’s long suffering population stoically readies for whatever might come next. This is David McKenzie reporting for UNICEF Television in Jowhar, Somalia.
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