KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A dead cow sits just outside an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A dead cow sits just outside an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: A young boy suffering from malnutrition lies in a bed inside the malnutrition ward at Garowe General Hospital on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: A young boy suffering from malnutrition lies in a bed inside the malnutrition ward at Garowe General Hospital on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 SHADA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Abdullahi Mohamud, 5, cries next to his mother Sahro Mohamed Mumin, 30, and brother, Abdulrahman Mahamud, 2, as a nurse struggles to find a vein for an injection at a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Shada, Somalia. Abdullahi was diagnosed with bronchitis, Abdulrahman with pneumonia. Both children were also suffering from severe malnutrition.The family lost all of their animals due to drought and had traveled 150 kilometers in search of a better situation. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

SHADA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Abdullahi Mohamud, 5, cries next to his mother Sahro Mohamed Mumin, 30, and brother, Abdulrahman Mahamud, 2, as a nurse struggles to find a vein for an injection at a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Shada, Somalia. Abdullahi was diagnosed with bronchitis, Abdulrahman with pneumonia. Both children were also suffering from severe malnutrition.The family lost all of their animals due to drought and had traveled 150 kilometers in search of a better situation. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Boys watch as water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Boys watch as water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 YAKA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Women and children wait to be checked for signs of malnutrition in a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Yaka, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

YAKA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Women and children wait to be checked for signs of malnutrition in a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Yaka, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A man receives a check up at a government run clinic at an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A man receives a check up at a government run clinic at an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Recently dug graves sit edges of a cemetery at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia.  The camp had seen an reported 20 deaths from a water born illness in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Recently dug graves sit edges of a cemetery at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. The camp had seen an reported 20 deaths from a water born illness in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Fatun Mohamed Sareye, 30, holds the head of her nephew Aarse Mohamed Shukri, 4, as cries about the death of his mother at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Shukri's mother had died a week earlier from a water born illness that was linked to a reported 20 deaths in the camp in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Fatun Mohamed Sareye, 30, holds the head of her nephew Aarse Mohamed Shukri, 4, as cries about the death of his mother at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Shukri's mother had died a week earlier from a water born illness that was linked to a reported 20 deaths in the camp in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: Goats eat from the trash in a dried riverbed on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: Goats eat from the trash in a dried riverbed on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

 KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A dead cow sits just outside an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: A young boy suffering from malnutrition lies in a bed inside the malnutrition ward at Garowe General Hospital on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 SHADA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Abdullahi Mohamud, 5, cries next to his mother Sahro Mohamed Mumin, 30, and brother, Abdulrahman Mahamud, 2, as a nurse struggles to find a vein for an injection at a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Shada, Somalia. Abdullahi was diagnosed with bronchitis, Abdulrahman with pneumonia. Both children were also suffering from severe malnutrition.The family lost all of their animals due to drought and had traveled 150 kilometers in search of a better situation. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Boys watch as water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 YAKA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Women and children wait to be checked for signs of malnutrition in a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Yaka, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A man receives a check up at a government run clinic at an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Recently dug graves sit edges of a cemetery at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia.  The camp had seen an reported 20 deaths from a water born illness in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Fatun Mohamed Sareye, 30, holds the head of her nephew Aarse Mohamed Shukri, 4, as cries about the death of his mother at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Shukri's mother had died a week earlier from a water born illness that was linked to a reported 20 deaths in the camp in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: Goats eat from the trash in a dried riverbed on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A dead cow sits just outside an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: A young boy suffering from malnutrition lies in a bed inside the malnutrition ward at Garowe General Hospital on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

SHADA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Abdullahi Mohamud, 5, cries next to his mother Sahro Mohamed Mumin, 30, and brother, Abdulrahman Mahamud, 2, as a nurse struggles to find a vein for an injection at a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Shada, Somalia. Abdullahi was diagnosed with bronchitis, Abdulrahman with pneumonia. Both children were also suffering from severe malnutrition.The family lost all of their animals due to drought and had traveled 150 kilometers in search of a better situation. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

DHUDO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: Boys watch as water is pumped from a nearly dried up riverbed on February 24, 2017 in Dhudo, Somalia. People travel up to 75 kilometers to get water, as it is one of the only sources left in the region. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

YAKA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Women and children wait to be checked for signs of malnutrition in a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Yaka, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

KARIN SARMAYO, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 24: A man receives a check up at a government run clinic at an IDP (Internally Displaced People) camp on February 24, 2017 in Karin Sarmayo, Somalia. Brief rains brought an estimated 100,000 people to the region in search of land for their livestock, but very limited pasture has lead to mass animal deaths and a growing number of IDP camps. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Recently dug graves sit edges of a cemetery at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. The camp had seen an reported 20 deaths from a water born illness in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 26: Fatun Mohamed Sareye, 30, holds the head of her nephew Aarse Mohamed Shukri, 4, as cries about the death of his mother at the Shabelle IDP (internally displaced people) camp on February 26, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Shukri's mother had died a week earlier from a water born illness that was linked to a reported 20 deaths in the camp in the past two weeks. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

GAROWE, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 27: Goats eat from the trash in a dried riverbed on February 27, 2017 in Garowe, Somalia. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

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