Somalia: Food Relief Returns to Kismayo
United Nations food assistance has returned to Somalia's southern port city of Kismayo more than four years after insecurity forced the UN World Food Programme to close its operations there.
UN News Service, 29 January 2013
More than four years after conflict and pervasive insecurity forced it to shutter its operations in southern Somalia, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has resumed food ... read more »
Internally displaced persons in Kismayo (file photo). After more than four years, United Nations food assistance has returned to Somalia's southern port city.
The Star, 31 January 2013
THE United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has resumed food assistance to the Somali port city of Kismayu for the first time in four years, the agency said on Tuesday. read more »
Sabahi, 29 January 2013
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has resumed operations in Kismayo for the first time in four years due to security improvements in the city, the agency announced ... read more »
Shabelle Media Network, 29 January 2013
The U.N. World Food Programme has begun providing food assistance in the southern Somali city of Kismayo for the first time in more than four years. Conflict and insecurity have ... read more »
UN News Service, 30 January 2013
The top United Nations political official today stressed that Somalia is entering a new chapter in its history, and reiterated the world body's commitment to support efforts to ... read more »