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Dorothee
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| 07:00 PM May 03 2020

Dorothee

Germany

‘Domradio’ says that the East of Africa – especially Somalia – currently suffers from sudden and intense heavy rain. Rivers and lakes flood nearby settlements and cause great damage.

| 12:04 PM Feb 14 2020

Dorothee

Germany

‘Suedwestpresse’ says that this country and some other African countries like Kenya currently are plagued with huge swarms of locusts that eat all their crops away. Instead of going to school kids are told to guard the fields and chase away any locust approaching them. Somalia now even declared emergency due to all these locusts.

| 12:01 PM Feb 14 2020

Dorothee

Germany

‘Suedwestpresse’ says that this country and some other African countries like Kenya currently are plagued with huge swarms of locusts that eat all their crops away. Instead of going to school kids are told to guard the fields and chase away any locust approaching them. Somalia now even declared emergency due to all these locusts.

| 01:18 PM Aug 23 2019

Dorothee

Germany

The German newspaper ‘Suedwestpresse’ says that the VGH (Administrative Court of Baden-Wuerttemberg/ Germany) now decided that Somalia was a generally-speaking save country to live in. That means that in most cases Baden-Wuerttemberg now can send Somali refugees back to where they came from.

| 08:40 AM Aug 16 2019

Dorothee

Germany

In the Roman-Catholic church of St. Bonifatius (Metzingen/ Baden-Wuerttemberg/ Germany) they spread a leaflet about the current situation in Somalia and Sudan:
>About 2 million Somalis are refugees who either live abroad or within Somalia.
>Not only the fight against al-Shabaab, but also wars between enemy clans weaken this country and destroy a lot of agricultural sources of food. Many people are malnourished in Somalia.
>In the South of Sudan about 50.000 people have been killed since 2011. Almost 2,5 million Sudanese people are refugees. Plus there is a famine in the South of Sudan.
>In both countries Roman-Catholic nuns help actively by for example teaching whole classes of pregnant or nursing women about how to take care of their born or unborn babies. They teach farmers about growing crops and even give people a seed capital so they can start building their own farm. And that’s not even all the Roman-Catholic church does in these areas…

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