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Horn of Africa Region: The Humanitarian Crisis and International Response
Rhoda Margesson (ed)
As a result of the worst drought in 60 years, regional conflicts, and conflict within states, a humanitarian emergency of massive proportion has unfolded over the past year in the Horn of Africa region. More than 13 million people are currently affected, 250,000 of whom need food assistance in the near term to avoid death. Somalia has been hardest hit so far, creating population displacement within its borders and a refugee crisis of nearly 1 million people in the region, primarily in Kenya and Ethiopia. The international community continues to respond with a massive humanitarian operation. Contents of this report: Overview; Background on the Region; Current Outlook; Humanitarian Response; Looking Ahead. Illus. A print on demand report.
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