STORIES: Somalia: The girls of Mogadishu are heading back to the beach: The girls of Mogadishu are heading back to the beach

Africa, Somalia, Benaadir region. Mogadishu. 23/09/2017. Faduma Ibrahim Abdi, seen with her baby of 17 months. They are from Jannale- Lower Shabelle. She was forced to flee because of the severe drought that affected Somalia and came to Mogadishu looking for help. Her baby suffers from severe malnutrition.  As of February 2017 a drought ravages Somalia has left more than 6 million people, or half the country's population, facing food shortages with several water supplies becoming undrinkable due to the possibility of infection. According to the Humanitarian Information Unit of the U.S. Government, over 2.9 million people in Somalia face crisis or emergency level acute food insecurity and need emergency food aid.  An estimated 1.1 million IDPs currently live in Somalia, and at least 548,000 additional people have been displaced since November 2016 due to the drought. Most people displaced by drought left rural parts and settled in urban areas such as Mogadishu. Displacement numbers continue to rise. Somalia remains one of the most dangerous place in whole world.
The girls of Mogadishu are heading back to the beach

Africa, Somalia, Benaadir region. Mogadishu. 23/09/2017. Faduma Ibrahim Abdi, seen with her baby of 17 months. They are from Jannale- Lower Shabelle. She was forced to flee because of the severe drought that affected Somalia and came to Mogadishu looking for help. Her baby suffers from severe malnutrition. As of February 2017 a drought ravages Somalia has left more than 6 million people, or half the country's population, facing food shortages with several water supplies becoming undrinkable due to the possibility of infection. According to the Humanitarian Information Unit of the U.S. Government, over 2.9 million people in Somalia face crisis or emergency level acute food insecurity and need emergency food aid. An estimated 1.1 million IDPs currently live in Somalia, and at least 548,000 additional people have been displaced since November 2016 due to the drought. Most people displaced by drought left rural parts and settled in urban areas such as Mogadishu. Displacement numbers continue to rise. Somalia remains one of the most dangerous place in whole world.