Unicef's Rozanne Chorlton
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Unicef calls for more aid in Somalia

Unicef says more aid supplies are needed in Somalia in order to provide clean water, food and sanitation to those suffering in the current famine.

Rozanne Chorlton from Unicef spoke to the BBC's Will Ross at a camp on the outskirts of the capital Mogadishu. She said many children are in a "very, very bad condition" when they arrive in the camps and it's sometimes too late to save them.

Details of the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) East Africa Crisis Appeal can be found at DEC.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 to donate.

  • 22 Jul 2011
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