Displaced and disabled –how families struggle for a dignified existence in IDP camps in Somalia

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Ahmed Farah Gedi, 55, is one of the people living with disabilities in Kulmiye camp, Beledweyne. He was previously a proud provider for his family but for the past one year, half of his body has been paralysed. He and his family now depend on food handouts they get from their neighbours in the camp.




SOURCE: Displaced and disabled –how families struggle for a dignified existence in IDP camps in Somalia

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