Somalia is experiencing its worst drought crisis in a decade, with millions going hungry and many being forced from their homes in search of food and water, according to a new report by Save the Children. Nearly six in 10 people reported at least one person in their family had lost their source of income with more than one-third of households experiencing at least one person going without food over a 24-hour period. Meanwhile, nearly 700,000 camels, goats, sheep and cattle died from drought-related causes over a two-month period. Al Jazeera quotes Save the Children’s country director in Somalia as blaming the situation on climate change, saying that “the gaps between droughts are shrinking,” creating “a killer cycle [that’s] robbing Somali children of their future”.