Shabelle

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Sha·bel·le

 (shā-bĕl′ē, shə-) or She·be·le (shē-bā′lē, shə-)
A river, about 1,130 km (700 mi) long, of northeast Africa rising in central Ethiopia and flowing southeast into Somalia then southwest in a course parallel to the Indian Ocean coastline. It disappears in a swampland in southern Somalia.
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Positive food security results along the Shebelle River, resulting from timely and well-targeted preparedness work that significantly reduced El Nino-related flooding shows, once again, that early action saves lives and livelihoods, the Humanitarian Coordinator further underlined, noting that these lessons must be carried forward into drought-affected areas.
Positive food security results along the Shebelle River, resulting from timely and well-targeted preparedness work that significantly reduced El Nio-related flooding shows, once again, that early action saves lives and livelihoods, the Humanitarian Coordinator further underlined, noting that these lessons must be carried forward into drought-affected areas.
In Gode, the Wabe Shebelle River still flows strongly, but it has not been used efficiently for irrigation.