Djibouti 2014

9 Jan 2014

Persistent drought continues to affect tens of thousands of people in Djibouti, pushing them deeper into poverty and vulnerability. An estimated 70,000 people in Djibouti are food insecure and large humanitarian needs persist. Local host communities also compete for scarce resources with refugees (mostly fleeing Somalia) and migrants en route to Yemen and the Gulf States.

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