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1184-1955 - Coastline of Somalia, Africa
1184-1956 - Coastline of Somalia, Africa
Infamous Bakara market, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1948 - Infamous Bakara market, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The destroyed old town of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1944 - The destroyed old town of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The old Italian harbour of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1936 - The old Italian harbour of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
Bakara market, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1937 - Bakara market, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The Fishmarket in Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1939 - The Fishmarket in Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The old Italian harbour with its lighthouse, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1946 - The old Italian harbour with its lighthouse, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The Fishmarket in Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1942 - The Fishmarket in Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
Somali women walking through the streets of the destroyed houses of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1947 - Somali women walking through the streets of the destroyed houses of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
Man carrying a giant swordfish to the fishmarket of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1940 - Man carrying a giant swordfish to the fishmarket of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The old Italian harbour of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1941 - The old Italian harbour of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The Italian lighthouse in Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1943 - The Italian lighthouse in Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The destroyed old town of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1945 - The destroyed old town of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The destroyed old town of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1938 - The destroyed old town of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
View over the old Italian harbour of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
1184-1935 - View over the old Italian harbour of Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
The town of Jazeera at the end of Jazeera beach, Somalia, Africa
1184-1843 - The town of Jazeera at the end of Jazeera beach, Somalia, Africa
Busy beach filled with locals, Jazeera beach, Somalia, Africa
1184-1842 - Busy beach filled with locals, Jazeera beach, Somalia, Africa
Little island across from Jazeera beach, Somalia, Africa
1184-1844 - Little island across from Jazeera beach, Somalia, Africa
Old BBC radio station in the center of the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1806 - Old BBC radio station in the center of the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Cargo ship monument in the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1807 - Cargo ship monument in the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Colourfully dressed Muslim women in the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1804 - Colourfully dressed Muslim women in the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Aerials of Hargheisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1808 - Aerials of Hargheisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Road between Hargheisa and Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1810 - Road between Hargheisa and Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Colourfully dressed Muslim women in the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1805 - Colourfully dressed Muslim women in the coastal town of Berbera, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys sulcata), Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1812 - African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys sulcata), Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Little mosque in bush, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1811 - Little mosque in bush, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Camels eating an acacia bush, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1809 - Camels eating an acacia bush, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Goats for sale at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1802 - Goats for sale at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
View over Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1803 - View over Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Huge piles of money, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1801 - Huge piles of money, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Camels at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1796 - Camels at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
View over Hargeisa with an old MIG airplane in the center, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1792 - View over Hargeisa with an old MIG airplane in the center, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Money changer in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1799 - Money changer in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Money changer in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1790 - Money changer in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Huge piles of money, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1793 - Huge piles of money, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Goats for sale at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1800 - Goats for sale at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Camels at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1788 - Camels at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
View over Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1797 - View over Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Old Russian MIG airplane in the center of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1798 - Old Russian MIG airplane in the center of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Dusty street in Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1794 - Dusty street in Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Man selling khat in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1789 - Man selling khat in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Dusty street in Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1795 - Dusty street in Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Camels at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1787 - Camels at the Camel market, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Money changer in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1791 - Money changer in the market of Hargeisa, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1781 - Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1783 - Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
View over the desert from the Laas Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1786 - View over the desert from the Laas Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Local guide sitting in one the Laas Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1784 - Local guide sitting in one the Laas Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1782 - Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Laas Geel caves with prehistoric paintings, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1779 - Laas Geel caves with prehistoric paintings, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1785 - Cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Guide pointing at cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
1184-1780 - Guide pointing at cave paintings in Lass Geel caves, Somaliland, Somalia, Africa
Young boy shows a gun in front of bullet riddled building in Mogadishu, Somalia.
857-549 - Young boy shows a gun in front of bullet riddled building in Mogadishu, Somalia.
Camp for starving displaced people in Baidoa, Somalia.
857-610 - Camp for starving displaced people in Baidoa, Somalia.
Malnourished mother and child share a little food at distribution in Baidoa, Somalia.
857-661 - Malnourished mother and child share a little food at distribution in Baidoa, Somalia.
Food is airlifted by a helicopter to a food distribution site, Somalia.
857-97 - Food is airlifted by a helicopter to a food distribution site, Somalia.
Food is airlifted by a helicopter to a food distribution site, Somalia.
857-96 - Food is airlifted by a helicopter to a food distribution site, Somalia.
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-103 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-42 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-85 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-52 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-110 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-70 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Somali nomads walking with camel, somalia
1195-96 - Somali nomads walking with camel, somalia
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-35 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-68 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-65 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-87 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-57 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-71 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-73 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-72 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
The price of a brand new kalachnitkov ak47 in somalia in the 300 $, there is 2 million inhabitant in modagishiu for 1 million ak47
1195-90 - The price of a brand new kalachnitkov ak47 in somalia in the 300 $, there is 2 million inhabitant in modagishiu for 1 million ak47
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-67 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-37 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
The price of a brand new kalachnitkov ak47 in somalia in the 300 $, there is 2 millions inhabitants in modagishiu for 1 million ak47
1195-91 - The price of a brand new kalachnitkov ak47 in somalia in the 300 $, there is 2 millions inhabitants in modagishiu for 1 million ak47
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-64 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital .malnourrish child
1195-14 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital .malnourrish child
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated / view of the landscape around eyl
1195-32 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated / view of the landscape around eyl
Hargeissa airport, somaliland
1195-82 - Hargeissa airport, somaliland
Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-4 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-89 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-75 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-9 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-83 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated, /militia in eyl
1195-98 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated, /militia in eyl
Somaliland, hargeissa., somaliland (officially soomaaliland in the somali language) is a de facto independent located in the horn of africa within the internationally recognized borders of somalia. On may 18, 1991, the people of somaliland declared independence from somalia however it was not recognised by any other country or international organisaion. The of somaliland consists of five administrative regions with governor as highest ranking leader of each region
1195-106 - Somaliland, hargeissa., somaliland (officially soomaaliland in the somali language) is a de facto independent located in the horn of africa within the internationally recognized borders of somalia. On may 18, 1991, the people of somaliland declared independence from somalia however it was not recognised by any other country or international organisaion. The of somaliland consists of five administrative regions with governor as highest ranking leader of each region
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-47 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-69 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hargeissa airport, somaliland
1195-80 - Hargeissa airport, somaliland
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-102 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Somaliland, hargeissa, somaliland (officially soomaaliland in the somali language) is a de facto independent located in the horn of africa within the internationally recognized borders of somalia. On may 18, 1991, the people of somaliland declared independence from somalia however it was not recognised by any other country or international organisaion. The of somaliland consists of five administrative regions with governor as highest ranking leader of each region.Eletrical System
1195-45 - Somaliland, hargeissa, somaliland (officially soomaaliland in the somali language) is a de facto independent located in the horn of africa within the internationally recognized borders of somalia. On may 18, 1991, the people of somaliland declared independence from somalia however it was not recognised by any other country or international organisaion. The of somaliland consists of five administrative regions with governor as highest ranking leader of each region.Eletrical System
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated., /shark fishing is main source of income for many of the somalis fishermen
1195-79 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated., /shark fishing is main source of income for many of the somalis fishermen
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-40 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-48 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-5 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated / view of the landscape around eyl
1195-31 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated / view of the landscape around eyl
Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated, /shark fishing is main source of income for many of the somalis fishermen. sharks skin drying in eyl
1195-105 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated, /shark fishing is main source of income for many of the somalis fishermen. sharks skin drying in eyl
Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-78 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated