Somaliland is an unrecognised country which is a self-declared autonomous sovereign state in the Horn of Africa. The population is about five and a half million people who mainly receive money from abroad and in fact, there is no export except Livestock such as camel, sheep, goat, and cow. Thus sixty percent of the population are nomadic and they depend upon the rain and the weather.
In the early of 18th century, Somaliland households had fed their dependents with local foods including cereals, corn, beans, maize and meat and milk from four types of livestock. Despite agricultural productions were not accessible or an ignorance was available, Somalilanders did not face any predicaments of the food