Children in Somalia are malnourished and fighting for their lives
Doctors and nurses are working tirelessly to save children on the brink of death from starvation.
Meet the doctors and nurses behind the fight against starvation in Somaliland
In Somaliland, medical workers are in a desperate race against time to save millions of children from death. The children are at risk of starvation in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Nigeria. According to Carolyn Miles, the CEO of Save the Children, of the 20 million people at risk of starvation
A desperate plea for help as 4 African nations near a famine crisis
ABC's David Muir reports on the U.N. refugee agency's urgent warning that the risk of mass deaths from starvation in the Horn of Africa is growing.
Four countries are on the brink of famine
"Save the Children" delivers food and water to millions facing starvation across Africa.
A desperate plea for help as four African nations near a famine crisis
The UN Refugee Agency is issuing an urgent warning: The risk of mass deaths from starvation in the Horn of Africa is growing, making the humanitarian crisis inevitable. ABC News anchor David Muir and his team traveled with Carolyn Miles, CEO of children .htm" id="ramplink_Save the Children_"
Dr. Yousef Ali speaks with ABC News' David Muir about Somalia's famine crisis
Ali, the regional director of health at Burao Regional Hospital in Somaliland, fights daily to save the lives of malnourished children.
Variety Editor Ted Johnson on the Conventions
Johnson talks celebrities, endorsements and musicians with ABC News' Amna Nawaz and LZ Granderson at the RNC.
A World Cup for the rest of the world
T he CONIFA World Football Cup had all the trappings of a bona fide international soccer tournament: a brand-new stadium, exciting matchups, a worldwide live stream and even souvenirs. But the 12 teams that faced off from May 28 to June 5 amid the bullet-riddled buildings of Abkhazia , a disputed
How Edna Adan Built Somaliland's First Maternity Hospital
By Teri Whitcraft Edna Adan has spent much of her life being first. The daughter of a prominent medical doctor in Somaliland, she was the first girl in her country to learn to read, the first Somali woman to drive, the first certified nurse-midwife, and...
Edna Adan: A Woman of Many Firsts
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