This is too much with your username. Waryaa, the Danakiil would be damn near impossible for Humans to inhabit and traverse without the likes of camels and goats.
Foragers, not grazers, who need relatively low quantities of water and have abundant fat stores like in the case of the camel are the only way to really go in the face of such aridity.
Also, camels, goats, sheep, cattle, horses, donkeys and the like could be Somalia's godsend if utilized intelligently. Using their manure and cadavers for fertilizer and controlling their grazing to be rotational, would result in consistent gains in topsoil and the creation of new grasslands and forests so long as you have some rain and water storage practices:
You’re right Grigori. Every salaad subax i wake up to camels groaning outside my window and chomping on my precious prized papaya tree. They eat the leaves and leave nothing behind. They are a truly savage animal with no maskax whatsoever