Since July, more than 150,000 Somalis have left the provinces of the country's central region to seek refuge in Mogadishu.

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Restrictions and security concerns continue to hinder MSF's attempts to reach the most vulnerable populations in Somalia.

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As the number of malnourished children continues to rise, it is clear that more assistance is necessary for the already vulnerable Somali population.

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Nearly 120,000 Somali refugees are now taking shelter in Ethiopia's Liben region, in camps originally built to house less than half their number.

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MSF has sent medical teams and four charter planes carrying 55 tons of medical equipment, medicines and therapeutic food to respond the crisis affecting the Somali population.

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MSF teams working in Marere, in southern Somalia, are distributing relief items to thousands of displaced Somalis who have found temporary shelter in the nearby town of Jilib.

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"What is new is that people are now fleeing the rural areas simply because they have no more food to eat.”

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The average in the villages where MSF screened children for malnutrition was 23 percent; one village in Lapur division had a 37 percent rate of global acute malnutrition.

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MSF is seeing a dramatic effect on the Somali population—both those in Somalia and the many who have fled to overcrowded camps in Dadaab, Kenya, and parts of Ethiopia. 

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