Understanding the crisis in Somalia

  title={Understanding the crisis in Somalia},
  author={Alaa Abou Zeid and James J. Cochran},
The people of Somalia are suffering. The numbers are huge, but there is little real data. Even what little there is, painfully and dangerously gathered, points to where the most urgent needs may be. Alaa Abou Zeid and James J. Cochran look at the statistics of a disaster. 
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