Somalian political situation is slowly recovering after Somalian civil war happened almost 30 years ago, in 1991. Over 150,000 people have been displaced.
The United States will establish new diplomatic presence in the African country the government said in a statement on Tuesday.
U.S. announces the opening of its first permanent diplomatic presence in Somalia since 1991 pic.twitter.com/SLFZaQkRIo
— Somablog (@SomaliaNewsroom) December 4, 2018
Somalia received an international aid of $80 million given by the World Bank in September to back up its financial situation while some parts of the country are still under some military groups.
In the past years UN reported there is about 230,000 people, over half of whom are estimated to be children, suffering from famine after several crisis caused by droughts and floods.
UNICEF gave $110.3 millions in funding that are still short to support relief programmes in the country.