To accompany feature story Djibouti - Nomads.
A nomad boy watches his camels standing on a river bed, known as wadi in this picture taken October 1, 2004 in Djibouti. Perennial food and malnutrition affect the rural poor in the desert country sandwiched between Eritrea and Somalia at the mouth of the Red Sea. But international food experts say a country which the CIA Factbook lists as having "zero percent" in permanent crops can do more to feed itself, though its torrid, dry climate, poor soil and nomadic culture make growing anything difficult. Picture taken October 1, 2004. REUTERS/Ed Harris FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE STORY BC-DJIBOUTI-NOMADS NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE RSS/AA