Somaliland: Where Climate Change Is Deadly Serious


A Somaliland goat herder besides the carcasses of some of his last remaining animals which had just starved to death Ashley HamerVICE News

Somalilandsun – Experts say that between 30 to 40 percent of Somaliland’s sheep and goats have starved to death for lack of pasture and water since 2013. More than 240,000 people in Somaliland do not have enough food. Every season more and more are displaced.

This malady is as a result of prolonged drought reports Amanda Sperber in a piece titled In Drought-Battered Somaliland, Climate Change Is Deadly Serious

In Pictures: Somaliland’s herders devastated by drought