For more than 26 years, Somalia has been torn apart by conflict. The country was without a permanent central government for over two decades, and today the fledgling Federal Government of Somalia battles deep discontent as it works to establish stability. Years of unrelenting war, drought and famine have bred violence and corruption throughout the country. Thousands spend their youth as child soldiers, and violent sexual abuse is considered normal and goes largely unreported. It is in this grim environment that mother and daughter Fartuun Adan and Ilwad Elman fight for human rights.
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