(Public Radio International) –  You can hear the anguish in Maalim Mohamud’s voice when he talks about his son Ismael. Ismael disappeared on his way home from school in the town of Baidoa in southern Somalia two years ago. He would be 13 years old today. “I still feel the pain as a parent. I can’t believe that I will never see him again,” said Mohamud, 45, a father of five who now lives in the Somali capital of Mogadishu. “He was the hope of this family and we loved him. We miss him so much.”