There's nothing good about the news coming from Somalia. Or the Somaliland area. Or whatever you want to call that drought-stricken place that's among the most lawless in the world, the transitional government notwithstanding. But serious, concerned people have an interest in knowing what's happening there and helping, so far as within us lies.
Much of the food aid is being stolen and resold. That makes the starving children -- 400,000 are a risk of a starvation death, per the UK development minister (video) -- the hostages of those hoodlums who, in essence, holding them hostage before a starving world. (And in essence, the same thing done by that most repressive of governments, North Korea. Let's not forget them.)
Leads one to despair.
So I'm asking if anyone has heard a good analysis of the situation, or better, know of a group that has been more effective in securing food for vulnerable, hungry people. Understamd, then act.