Somali famine 'a crisis without a foreseeable end'
Hundreds of Somalis continue to cross the border to seek help in Ethiopia, three months after famine was declared in the region.
Drought has long been blamed for its part in the crisis but there are now fears that seasonal rains could increase the risk of disease for those living in emergency camps.
Mike Wooldridge reports.
02 Nov 2011
- From the section Africa