Rain in drought-hit East Africa brings changing humanitarian needs
Despite the rain, and the relief it brings, emergency conditions will likely last well into 2012.
In the midst of famine, children survive with the help of Oxfam partner SAACID
Community therapeutic care centers across Somalia's capital are admitting more than 3,000 malnourished children every week.
A feeding program in Somalia has helped more than 136,000 children and mothers
Supported by Oxfam, the center aims to treat acutely malnourished children and ensure they don't slip back into nutritional crisis.
As drought tightens its grip on East Africa, new approaches needed to a long-term problem
More than 10 million people are facing a severe food crisis.
Camp conditions in Somalia are among worst this aid worker has ever seen
Shelter, clean water, food, medicine—all of these are needed in camps for displaced people in Somalia.