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Was the world late to Somalia's famine?
Many experts suggest the global aid community – including the largest donor, the United States – responded too late to the famine in the Horn of Africa.
Somali refugees set up businesses in camps
After being forced to flee their homeland, refugees set up at camps in Kenya have continued on with life, including starting up businesses.
Money goes mobile in developing economies
Somali refugees in Kenya are using cell phones for a number of monetary transactions.
An 'informal economy' in Kenya
A look at Somalia’s underground economy -- illegal trade of charcoal and sugar all showing up in a booming section of Nairobi.
The complexities of famine
In East Africa, it takes more than a drought to cause devastating famine.