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  The UAE s relief efforts continue to support the Somali people by meeting the needs of more than 2 5 million drought affected residents A United Arab Emirates aid ship carrying more than 1 000 tons of food and relief items arrived at the port of the capital Mogadishu last month in coordination with UAE aid agencies represented by the Relief Authority the Emirates Red Crescent the Zayed Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation and the Khalifa container Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation for Humanitarian Works Over the past week drought relief distribution has been expanded to include food support to displaced people in the worst affected areas including camps in Mogadishu and in the Mahas and Mataban areas of Hiran Governorate in the Hiran region Hireshabelle This came in coordination with UAE aid agencies and the Somalia Disaster Management Authority Somalia is one of the countries in the Horn of Africa most affected by the drought currently plaguing the region The drought crisis facing Somalia is the worst in decades and requires international organizations to step up humanitarian efforts to prevent drought from turning into famine The United Nations World Meteorological Organization has forecast that the country will brace for a fifth consecutive unsuccessful rainy season According to estimates by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs more than seven million Somalis face difficult humanitarian conditions and are in need of food assistance
UAE continues to distribute food to those affected by drought in Somalia

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The UAE‘s relief efforts continue to support the Somali people by meeting the needs of more than 2.5 million drought-affected residents.

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A United Arab Emirates aid ship carrying more than 1,000 tons of food and relief items arrived at the port of the capital Mogadishu last month in coordination with UAE aid agencies represented by the Relief Authority.

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the Emirates Red Crescent, the Zayed Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation and the Khalifa container.

Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation for Humanitarian Works.

Over the past week, drought relief distribution has been expanded to include food support to displaced people in the worst-affected areas, including camps in Mogadishu and in the Mahas and Mataban areas of Hiran Governorate in the Hiran region.

Hireshabelle.

This came in coordination with UAE aid agencies and the Somalia Disaster Management Authority.

Somalia is one of the countries in the Horn of Africa most affected by the drought currently plaguing the region.

The drought crisis facing Somalia is the worst in decades and requires international organizations to step up humanitarian efforts to prevent drought from turning into famine.

The United Nations World Meteorological Organization has forecast that the country will brace for a fifth consecutive unsuccessful rainy season.

According to estimates by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, more than seven million Somalis face difficult humanitarian conditions and are in need of food assistance.

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