Mareeg.com-At least eight young children were confirmed to have died of malnutrition and illness in Internal Displaced Camps outside Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia
At least eight young children were confirmed to have died of malnutrition and illness in Internal Displaced Camps outside Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia.
Since early of March, dozens of newly displaced families have been pouring into Mogadishu fleeing from their homes in the regions of south and central Somalia affected by the ongoing military assault of the national army backed by African Union Forces [AMISOM].
Most of the newly displaced people reached Mogadishu have fled from Qoryoley, Bulomarer, Barawe and Janale in the Lower Shabelle region, where the government forces and the militant group of al Shabab have been confronting.
Radio Dalsan reporters visited a Displaced camp at the Afgoye corridor, where the eight children wre reported to have died in the past three days following hunger and lack of clean water to drink which resulted illness on the children in the camp.
The life of the people in this camp is still very critical and there were no any aid agencies helping the newly displaced people More on dalsanradio.com