Mogadishu’s clean-up puts thousands of displaced at risk - 13 September 2013Headline Title: Mogadishu’s clean-up puts thousands of displaced at risk Over two decades of violence, drought and famine, hundreds of thousands of people have arrived in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, where many are living in makeshift shelters. Over two decades of violence, drought and famine, hundreds of thousands of people have arrived in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, where many are living in makeshift shelters. Here, some of their stories. Media Node: Somalia feature Somalia evictions video Story Location: Somalia 5° 24' 32.184" N, 46° 13' 49.6884" E “It was chaos. I was told my eight-year-old son Hassan had been shot by a stray bullet while he was playing inside our shelter. I went immediately, but he had already died. ” Source: Mohamed, an internally displaced man living in Mogadishu. “It was early morning, around 8am, my children called me and told me our shelter had been destroyed. When I arrived, everything was destroyed. I sat on the ground. I didn’t know what to do. I have lost most things. I reconstructed a makeshift shelter in the same area, I don’t know what to do. I have no place to go.” Source: Fatima, an internally displaced woman living in Mogadishu. URL: Somalia: Forced evictions in Mogadishu put thousands of displaced at even greater risk Description: News Story, 13 September 2013. URL: Somalia: No place for the displaced Description: Briefing, 13 September 2013 URL: Somalia: Rape and sexual violence a constant threat for displaced women Description: Feature, 30 August 2013 URL: Rape and sexual violence in Somalia - an ongoing epidemic Description: Briefing, 29 August 2013 URL: Somalia: Human Rights Agenda for the Post-Transition Somali Government Description: Document, 25 April 2013
O governo federal de transição e a AMISOM mantiveram o controle da capital somali, Mogadício.