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‘No land, no water, no pasture’. The urbanisation of drought displacement in Somalia

Source(s):  Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC)

IDMC embarked on a research programme in December 2018 to investigate internal displacement associated with slow-onset disasters and environmental change. 

This study examines displacement associated with drought in Somalia, and the ways in which the phenomenon has affected urbanisation in the country. It also seeks to contribute to a better understanding of policies and programming for durable solutions. The findings presented are based on more than 210 interviews conducted in October and November 2019 in the cities of Burco, Galkayo and Qardho. 



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  • ‘No land, no water, no pasture’. The urbanisation of drought displacement in Somalia
  • Publication date 2020
  • Number of pages 32 p.

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