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Over 770,000 People at Risk Due to Severe Rains in Somalia

Mogadishu: The United Nations has expressed concerns that the upcoming seasonal rains and floods could affect approximately 770,000 people across 22 districts in Somalia.

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) stated yesterday that seasonal rains have commenced in most parts of Somalia from April through June. Although some areas have experienced heavy rainfall, no river flooding has been reported yet.

OCHA reported from the capital, Mogadishu, that humanitarian experts have devised a plan to mitigate the expected impacts of the rains. However, immediate resources are required to ensure a timely response.

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