Drought brings savage halt to nomadic way of life in Somalia – in pictures

by Kate Holt and Ben Quinn

The sun-bleached bones of goats and sheep lie near makeshift houses close to the town of Burao, in the self-declared republic of Somaliland. Drought has wreaked havoc among pastoral communities, in many cases wiping out all their animals and leaving them reliant on aid or the kindness of others. Across Somalia, more than 6 million people face starvation. (Photo: Kate Holt/ UNICEF)