The world is facing the “worst humanitarian crisis since 1945”, according to the United Nations. The situation is especially precarious at the Horn of Africa. Twenty million people are in danger of starvation in Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and Nigeria. In Somaliland, it has hardly rained for three years. Its land is bone dry. Goats, donkeys, and even camels are dying. Children suffer from malnutrition. Water sources have dried up; water needs to be shipped by trucks to remote villages. Reporting from a dry lands: visiting nomads and farmers, cisterns and wells, mobile clinics and hospitals in Eastern Somaliand.