“Ahmed Abdi Omar, 17, holds tight to the
rope around a porcupine just outside the city of
Aynabo in southeastern Somaliland. The porcupine
was captured because it was destroying crops.
Omar’s family planned to eat it. Two weeks
earlier a dispute over grazing land in this
community left one villager dead.”
That is very very bad. Are people in that desperate situation in Somaliland?
The drought hit Caynabo region the worse so that is
why people are resorting to bush-meat. Overall there
is no government assistance to rural people because
it doesn’t exist. This is the reality backhome not the
“Somaliland way duushay” nonsense.
It is bizarre and crazy when people dying and there is a plenty of food, it is all knowledge, and changing mindset, I said in another thread , going to the sea without even knowing how to fish, You get a lot from there, crab etc
I am against the continuations of the cycle, collecting money, buying food and distribute, and it continues,
Training people of survival skills, of fishing skills, farming skills, water catchments irrigations projects, those should be priority.
I was watching a video before from Burco, old man said, “it is a major disaster , we are forced to eat FISH”, what a mindset!