Lag Badana-Bushbush National Park is located in the southern part of the country along the coast. It was the first national park to be established in the country in the second half of 1980s.. The Ministry of Tourism then sought to center the tourist industry in the vicinity of the park with nearby coral reefs and offshore islands likewise envisioned as part of the development.
Flora and Fauna
The area contains over 200 vascular plant species, of which some 20 are endemic
The wildlife in Lag Badana National Park include; monkeys, gazelles hyenas and foxes and birds include; birdsSalt’s, dikdik Speke’s, Ash’s lark and the Obbia lark
According to UNICEF research, only a third of Somali families have access to clean drinking water. ... Communities with a combined population of over 700,000 persons are benefiting from this safe water program.