(Hadalsame) 13 Abriil 2022 – Waxaa dalka Somalia ka taagan wax lagu miisaaley Abaartii Dabadheer oo kale oo haatan ku dhufatay ku dhowaad kala bar dadwaynaha, tiiyoo ay 1.5 milyan oo carruurta sii yar yar ihi ay wajahayaan nafaqo-darro aad u daran.
Si aannu sawir rasmi ah kaaga siinno qarada abaartan, tusaale ahaan, abaartii 2017-kii dhammaan muddadii sanadkii 2017-kii ee Jannaayo ilaa Diseembar waxay abaartu barakicisay 900,000 oo qof.
Laakiin muddadan laga soo bilaabo Diseembar 20, illaa Maarso 21 oo ah 4 bilood oo qura, waxaan barakacay in ka badan 700,000 oo qof taas oo ah tiro muhiim ah oo ka sarreeysa wixii aan aragnay 2017-kii, sida ay sheegayso Hay’adda Arrimaha Aadminnimada QM ee OCHA.
Somalia is facing famine conditions as a perfect storm of poor rain, skyrocketing food prices and huge funding shortfalls leaves almost 40% of Somalis on the brink.
— FAO in Emergencies (@FAOemergencies) April 12, 2022
Waxaa ka jawaabista abaartan sidoo kale sii ragaadiyey khilaafyada kale ee haatan dunida ka jira sida Dagaalka Ukraine oo ay ku barakaceen 4 milyan oo qofi, islamarkaana ay reer Galbeedku si gaar ah ula tacaddufayaan, misna hay’aadka warbaahinteed ee dunida ayaa aad usoo duwaya wararka abaarta iyo busaaradda Somalia.
Marka tacadduf iyo dareen laga hadlo waxaa la yaab leh in Madaxwayne Farmaajo oo ah ninkii dalka loo dhaariyey uu wax uu abaarta ka qabto iyo agaasin uu sameeyaba ha joogtee uu afkiisa ka dhowro inuu xitaa soo hadal qaado in ay dalka abaari ka jirto.
Shalay ayaa ugu dambaysey oo uu Muqdisho ku qabtay dabbaaldeg wax micne ah oo uu ku fadhiyo aanu jirin oo loo dhigay sanad-guuradii 62-aad ee CXDS oo ay dadka qaar ku tilmaameen mid iyaga laftooda meel ka dhac ku ah, marka la eego xilliga uu kusoo beegmay ee uu dalku wajahayo abaar, khilaaf siyaasadeed ay DF nuskeed ku maqnayd iyo ammaan xumi, marna sooma hadal qaadin wax abaar la yiraahdo iyadoo ay dadku filayeen inuu dunida u qayladhaamin doono, taasoo markale keenaysa su’aasha ah sida uu qof u jeclaan karo inuu xukumo dal uusanba wax dareen iyo naxariis ah u haynin iyo inay dadku cunayaan sawirrada iyo muuqaallada qurqurxoon ee abaar moogga ah ee lagu soo bandhigayo bogagga Madaxtooyada ee waaqica ka fog?!!
— Giovanni Staunovo🛢🇮🇹 (@staunovo) April 12, 2022
Happy 62nd Anniversary to our @SNAForce. We thank you for being our shield & sacrificing for our beloved nation & Citizens at land, air & Sea for a safer #Somalia. We dearly celebrate you for your victories in the battlefront, your bravery, patriotism & serving Somalia with pride pic.twitter.com/oHbuRxeVx6
— Mohamed Farmaajo (@M_Farmaajo) April 12, 2022
The mix of poor rainfall, rising food prices and funding shortfalls has left #Somalia facing #famine conditions – seeing the impact on #Somalis in dire need of #humanitarian aid in #Dollow today drives home the vital importance of more funding to provide #lifesaving assistance. pic.twitter.com/4bwDJ7bEI2
— Adam Abdelmoula (@adam_abdelmoula) April 13, 2022
— GermanyinSomalia (@GermanyinSOM) April 13, 2022
What’s happening in Somalia and how you can help pic.twitter.com/dZ4xU3ZRDQ
— muna lisa (@prettyIegend) April 7, 2022
#SOMALIA: In 2011, the world said “never again.” Yet Somalia is on the brink of famine again. 6M people are marching toward starvation. 330K children are at risk of dying now. This drought isn’t letting up.
— David Beasley (@WFPChief) April 12, 2022
Somalia faces pockets of famine amid soaring food prices, drought -U.N.
via Reuters https://t.co/Ct5ILqmkTM
— ClimateNode News (@CNode_news) April 13, 2022
As #humanitarian assistance for #Somalia continues, six million people are at risk of food insecurity; urgent funding is required to prevent the loss of lives and avert the risk of famine #DroughtinSomalia pic.twitter.com/3bJGkLr1lC
— UNSOM (@UNSomalia) April 13, 2022
#Somalia: Famine Threatens Millions of Somalis, According to UN Agencies
Millions of Somalis are at risk of starvation, with small children particularly susceptible to the country’s deteriorating drought, UN agencies said on Tuesday.
…#AfricaFirst #NewsCentralTV pic.twitter.com/YKFmziLbpL
— News Central TV (@NewsCentralTV) April 12, 2022
Somalia: Millions at risk of famine as impacts of prolonged drought destroy lives & livelihoods.
— United Nations (@UN) April 12, 2022
The risk of #famine grows amid a worsening #DroughtinSomalia. 1.4 million children under 5 are already malnourished & if we don’t step up our interventions it is projected that 350,000 children will perish by this summer. The @UN calls on all who are able to support to act now. pic.twitter.com/mSemrHtnCR
— UNFPASomalia (@UNFPA_SOMALIA) April 11, 2022
📢Our March Humanitarian Bulletin is out:
Six areas in Somalia are at risk of famine. Urgent scale-up of humanitarian assistance is required to prevent the loss of lives & livelihoods and avert the risk of famine between now and June.
Read more stories⬇️https://t.co/uqLgXG4oZ5
— OCHA Somalia (@OCHASom) April 13, 2022
#Somalia is staring at a potential catastrophe.
Millions of somalis may slide into famine conditions if we act too late.
— UN Humanitarian (@UNOCHA) April 12, 2022
Somalia is sliding into #famine. Rural families have exhausted their ability to cope with drought & face catastrophic conditions – destitution, starvation, disease & death.
— Etienne Peterschmitt (@EPeterschmitt) April 12, 2022
I spoke with @AJEnglish‘s Dareen Abughaida on the drought emergency in Somalia & rising risk of #famine. We know what needs to be done, yet lack of funds means humanitarian assistance will NOT keep up with the growing needs of desperate rural families.
— Etienne Peterschmitt (@EPeterschmitt) April 13, 2022
Things are getting worse and worse, Somalia ‘brought to its knees’ by extreme drought:
6 million people in crisis
1.4 million children malnourished
81,000 already in catastrophic conditions
International funding MIA
AND we’re entering the lean season.https://t.co/octrcPpugO
— Will Swanson (@willswanson) April 13, 2022
Somalia is facing famine conditions as a perfect storm of poor rain, skyrocketing food prices and huge funding shortfalls leaves almost 40% of Somalis on the brink. #DroughtinSomalia
— OCHA Somalia (@OCHASom) April 12, 2022
Today 1000s of tweets from all directions of a imminent famine and drought in 🇸🇴 & my timeline filled with somalis who are suffering coincidentally on the the same day our soldiers are being honoured.
— Independent.mind ⏱ (@Independentmi20) April 12, 2022