Delivering aid to drought-hit Somalia 'very dangerous'
The deepening famine crisis in the Horn of Africa has prompted an emergency meeting of G20 leaders to discuss mobilising international support for the region.
In south-western Somalia basic food supplies are getting through, but it is attracting hundreds of families to the area each day.
The difficultly is finding a way of keeping families in their homes and, as Andrew Harding explains, that means getting aid into the famine zone.
25 Jul 2011
- From the section Africa