3rd Slide: 1). Overall, the government has little control and is instable. 2).

Forbes magazine ranked Somalia as the most dangerous destination in the world. 4th Slide: 1). Annual Rainfall NE: Less than 4 inches Central: 8-12 inches SW and NW: 20-24 inches Seasons Gu (rainy) April-June Hagaa (dry) July-September Day (rainy) October-November Jiilaal (dry) December-March 5th Slide:

Age structure: 0-14 years: 44.7% (Male 2,143,758/female 2,132,869) 15-64 years: 52.8%

(Male 2. few can afford it . Arabic. Italian.5 million Average population growth rate: Estimated at 3.516.562/female 2.000)  Religions: Sunni Muslim  Languages: Somali (official). English 6th slide: High Prices-Even when it is available.525. Bantu and other non-Somali 15% (including Arabs 30.) Population of Somaliland Estimated at 3.879) 65 years and over: 2.1% Average life expectancy for: males: 50 Females: 55 Population Division:  Ethnic groups: Somali 85%.943) (2008 est.655/female 138.5% (male 100.

000 shillings ($7) REMEMBER almost 50% live on less than $1/day Many people selling whatever they have to buy water Long walks 10-15km in unsafe environments Many people send children to collect it Lack of hygiene and clean water has led diarrhea cases among young children to increase dramatically Accounts for 20% of fewer than 5 mortality rates Diarrheal diseases Jan-July 2007 36.102 deaths Malnutrition • 20% of children get food and medicine necessary for survival • Young children are suffering from the highest level of malnutrition ever recorded in the area (UN 2007) 7th slide: .275 reported cases 1.200.

9 % of children (5 to 14 years) working.Child Labor:  UNICEF estimates 41. .

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