Bisharo with her one month-old baby who remains unnamed because to name a child you have to slaughter a goat which they can't do at this time. They have lost 130 shoats out of 150 due to the drought. They say they have nothing left and came to the camp for food and water. Korile IDP camp, Somali Region, Ethiopia.
People in parts of Ethiopia are walking for three days to get water for their families and animals as the country suffers its worst drought in over thirty years.
In the Somali region in the east of the country, many people have told Oxfam that they are dependent on food and water aid to survive. The pastoral areas are facing acute water and food shortages. The Ethiopian government estimates that 5.6 million people will need humanitarian assistance this year.
Oxfam is helping over 280,000 people in three areas of the country by trucking in water, repairing boreholes and wells, and giving out animal feed. The aid agency is planning to reach 700,000 people.
Photo credit: Tina Hillier/Oxfam