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Abdullahi Ali cutting a lion fish at Liido beach. Sometimes they would sell their catch at the beach to waiting customers.After the training Abdullahi, partnered with three other colleagues who they go fishing in turns. They make at least 200 dollars per trip, but there are days when they make as much as 3 to 4 thousand dollars. He said this was unimaginable before IRC's intervention.

73-year-old pastoralist Ali Arif who had migrated from Ethiopia in search of water is now glad that he has found water deep inside Somalia. He trekked for 25 days with his family and livestock before finding a borehole deep inside Somalia.Arif, a father of 19 children, lived in the Dagahbur region in Ethiopia for decades. But four consecutive failed rain seasons and sporadic communal conflicts over scarce resources forced him and his family to cross the border into Somalia in a desperate search for water and pasture. @NRC

A young boy leads camels to the watering point at the Borehole in Laalnle village. Boys at a tender age are trained on how to take care of the animals. Camels are the backbone of the Somali Pastoralist Communities. They are known to withstand harsh weather conditions. But the recent drought has had a severe impact on them. BRCiS Intervention such as the Borehole at Laanle Village in Guriā€™el area is changing lives.

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