Somalia’s recent history has been marred by conflict, famine and state collapse. While the central government and its international partners have managed to take control over the capital Mogadishu and other parts of the country, there remains a high threat of attacks by Islamic armed group Al-Shabaab. Tensions between different clans and geographical entities persist. Millions of citizens have been pushed to leave their homes. Many have remained within Somalia, while others have fled across international borders, either into neighbouring countries like Kenya, or further afield.