Many Somali transplants in the US feel that their homeland is being ignored by international donors and different group around the country are trying desperately to raise money to help famine victims back home.
The National Theatre in the Somali capital, Mogadishu was the scene of a deadly suicide bomb attack on Wednesday. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jabril Ibrahim Abdulle, one of the organizers of the theatre. He was in the theater when the bomb exploded.
New York Times correspondent Jeffrey Gettleman tells host Marco Werman that new investors like Turkey have pumped millions into the capital city, and Somali entrepreneurs have a greater stake in maintaining stability.