Conflict in Somalia
The African continent’s most impoverished country, Somalia has existed for less than half a century, but has spent much of that time at war or struggling to retain stability. Split between warlords and Islamic militants, the East African nation faces an uncertain future, with little sign that change is on the way.
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After decades of strife, the impact of Somalia’s instability has been far and wide, creating an enormous humanitarian, developmental and judicial challenge for the region to overcome.
Human Rights Watch
has reported on the obstacles facing Somalia in an effort to assure human rights, including calls to action and information about advocacy campaigns.
The Norwegian Council for Africa
provides a collection of aid and development organizations currently working toward providing stability and economic growth in Somalia.
The International Red Cross in Somalia
is a compilation of reports and articles about what the aid organization has called the continent’s worst humanitarian challenge, with more than 3 million of its citizens reliant on aid agencies to provide food and supplies.
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