After her family lost most of their livestock to the ravages of the drought, Khadra Mohamed, pictured here with her twin sons, moved to an informal settlement outside the town of Yogoori, Somaliland. "We used to be pastoralists, and then the drought happened and we lost all but a few of our livestock, so we came here," says Khadra. "We have faced a lot. Everyone here who has lost their livestock has been through a lot. We have no homes, just these makeshift tents. Sometimes, after we've shouted for help, the water trucks will leave some water in the small pools dug in the ground around the camp. Some of the local shops have lent us food, and recently some organizations have been helping us. But it depends, we might get food, and we might not."