Drought-proofing Somalia’s rangelands

Camel herder, Mohamed Hirsi, beside the earth dam where his camels can now drink in the dry season. (UNDP photo: Tobin Jones)
Mohamed Hirsi hasn’t lost a single camel since the UNDP/GEF earth dam was built to provide water to local herders. (UNDP Photo: Tobin Jones)
Abdishakur Ise, District Commissioner of Shaxda, standing by one of the new earth dams. (UNDP Photo: Tobin Jones)
Herders gather next the water point where their animals can drink. (UNDP Photo: Tobin Jones)

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) works to achieve the eradication of poverty and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion.

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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) works to achieve the eradication of poverty and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion.

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