By Titus Mung'ou and Alex Wynter in
Empty wells. Empty tanks. Empty pots.
This is the stark reality facing the
people of Sankhal - a rolling moonscape of scorched, rocky hills some
110 kilometres west of Djibouti city, where about 2,000 pastoralist families
displaced by drought from remoter areas are trying to make a new home.
Tucked away in a lifeless landscape straddling
the border between Djibouti and Ethiopia, once-nomadic pastoralists are
hungry, thirsty and often sick.
A prolonged drought in Djibouti that