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Health & Education

Former refugee running village school in Gedo

(ERGO) - In a simple stick shelter roofed with iron sheets, former refugee Muhumud Mohamed Guled spends most of his day teaching girls and boys who have never had the chance to go to school...

12 JANUARY, 2017
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Health & Education

No milk for malnourished children in drought-hit parts of Bakool

(ERGO) - A rising number of children with severe malnutrition are being brought to Luq hospital in Gedo from remote parts of Bakool in southern Somalia, where drought has led to food shortages...

11 JANUARY, 2017
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Natural Disasters

Herders and goats attacked by baboons in drought-wracked northern Somalia

(ERGO) - Pastoralist families struggling to survive the drought in Somalia’s northern regions are now being plagued by troops of hungry baboons killing their animals and raiding their food stocks...

10 JANUARY, 2017
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  • Galka'yo - 19 January, 2017
    Camels, For Rearing
    Grade One - So.Sh 20M
    Grade Two - So.Sh 19M
    Grade Three - So.Sh 16M

    Camels, For Export
    Grade One - So.Sh 12M
    Grade Two - So.Sh 10M
    Grade Three - So.Sh 8.7M

    Goats, For Slaughtering
    Grade One - So.Sh 740K
    Grade Two - So.Sh 600K
    Grade Three - So.Sh 550K

    Goats, For Rearing
    Grade One - So.Sh 700K
    Grade Two - So.Sh 640K
    Grade Three - So.Sh 500K

    Goats, For Export
    Grade One - So.Sh 1.2M
    Grade Two - So.Sh 1M
    Grade Three - So.Sh 875K

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Health & Education

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