New York – Somalia is at a “tipping point”, with hundreds of thousands of people at immediate risk of famine, the heads of the UN’s highest-level humanitarian coordination forum have warned.
Baidoa – Security, peace- and state-building, as well as the drought, were among issues covered in discussions today by the top United Nations officials in Somalia on his visit to the country’s South West State.
Dhusamareb – On a visit to the capital of Galmudug today, Somalia’s top United Nations official met the Federal Member State’s leader for talks on a range of issues affecting the state and the country overall.
Garowe – State-building processes and collaboration with Somalia’s new leadership, as well as the support of the United Nations, were among the topics discussed today in a meeting of the world body’s top official for the country and the l
Dollow – After witnessing the sweeping consequences of drought during a joint visit with Somalia’s drought envoy today, the top United Nations humanitarian official for the Horn of Africa country called for a major scale-up in resources to prevent famine.
Baidoa – Accompanying Somalia’s newly-appointed drought envoy on his first field visit today, the United Nations’ top humanitarian official for the Horn of Africa country warned of the devastating outlook for millions of affected Somalis a
Mogadishu/New York – James Swan, UN Special Representative for Somalia, urged Somali authorities and the international community to capitalise on the "moment of opportunity" following the recent conclusion of the election.