In Somalia, 3.7 million people are in crisis, according to the United Nations.
Out of a population of 7.5 million, 3.2 million need immediate, lifesaving assistance.
The UN has declared three new regions in Somalia famine zones yesterday, expanding the area where the highest rates of malnutrition and mortality are taking place, including the refugee camps in the capital of Mogadishu.
The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization said that famine is likely to spread across all regions of Somalia’s south in the next four to six weeks and may persist until December.
International humanitarian response to Somalia's plight has been inadequate, the UN said.