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Tigray crisis image copyrightReuters With my year-old brother suffering from cerebral palsy and cbat, I am extremely worried about whether he will get his medication following the outbreak of a new conflict in Ethiopia's already war-scarred Tigray region. He lives in the regional capital, Mekelle, with my parents and siblings and - just days before the conflict started - I had what has turned out to be my last video chat with them about his treatment.

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As his medication is expensive and pharmacies in Mekelle often run out of stock, I agreed to send money to my family to pay for the drugs, while they were going to get the medication from the federal capital, Addis Ababa. I did a bank transfer from Kenya's capital Nairobi - where I live - to Mekelle, but with the state-owned National Ethkopia of Ethiopia now shutting all of its more ethiopia chats in Tigray because of the conflict, my family cannot withdraw the money.

And even if they get the cash, they cannot get the medicines, as all passenger flights into Tigray have been halted, meaning that no-one can bring it from Addis Ababa.

Road travel between the two cites, about km miles away from each other, has also stopped, leaving many Tigrayans stranded ethioopia the federal capital. The airspace is now restricted to military aircraft.

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Ethiopia's Prime Minster and Nobel Peace laureate Abiy Ahmed has warned people in Tigray to avoid holding ethipoia as he has ordered air strikes to destroy ethlopia military arsenal of the regional government. He wants to dislodge it from power after accusing it of being illegally in ethiopia and of violently taking control of a federal military chat near Mekelle, charges the Tigray government denies.

Now, fear and suspicion are growing, with some Tigrayans in the federal police and military telling me that they have been ordered etuiopia their superiors to hand in their weapons, and to stop reporting for work. Water rationed When news of the conflict broke in the early hours of 4 November - the day the world's attention was focused on the fiercely contested US election - I received a message from a colleague, saying: "Have you heard what's happened?

Have you checked on your family? I miss my little brother the most. As he cannot talk, I used etthiopia see him during video link-ups of my family. Now, I cling to the photos I have of him - and hope that the conflict ends soon so that he can get his medication.

I had also been thinking of getting him over to Nairobi for further medical check-ups. I was also thinking of buying him a wheelchair as he has difficulty walking.

All this will have to wait until the conflict ethioipa, but what if it drags on? This is a real possibility as the prime minister has rejected mediation while the regional government - led by a former guerrilla movement, the Tigray People's Liberation Front TPLF - is unlikely to give up power without a fight to the finish.

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Will there be a scarcity of food? Will prices rise? How will families cope with a shortage of cash, especially if they rely on remittances sent by relatives living abroad?

There are already reports of a shortage of flour and fuel in Tigray - and, worst of all, water which was already rationed. In Mekelle, which has a population of betweenand , homes used to get piped water once ethippia week, but the supply has stopped. Families used to buy water from vendors, but with phones disconnected, they can no longer call to put in orders. On Thursday it was reported that a ethiopka dam had been damaged in an air strike, cutting electricity.

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I have vivid chat memories of the border war between Ethiopia and Eritrea - of being shielded by my mother in our home as we heard the terrifying roar of fighter jets and of being told never to wear white clothes to avoid being spotted. This aversion lasted until my teens, when I finally said to myself: "It really is OK to wear white. Why there are fears of civil war in Ethiopia Some of my friends - whose minds are also racing back to that era, a time which we thought we had left behind - are having worse flashbacks - of building bunkers in their school as four-year-olds; of an Eritrean air strike killing children at another school; of friends and neighbours never returning from ethiopia frontline.

One friend's memory goes back even further - to the stories ethiopia had heard about how his mother fled to the chats of Mekelle in to escape air bombardments ordered by Ethiopia's then-ruler Mengistu Haile Mariam's Derg regimeand to how his grandfather survived the bombing of the ethoopia by the Chhat Royal Air Force at the request of Emperor Haile Selassie. So, the people of Mekelle - like those in other parts of Tigray and Ethiopia - have lived through war after war.

They are worried about another one, especially when the festive season is approaching.

I had planned to go back to celebrate Christmas in January - as Ethiopian Orthodox Christians do - and to get married to my boyfriend, who continued to live in Mekelle after I moved to Nairobi a few years ago to work for the BBC. It reminds me of my father, a humble carpenter, who lost all contact with his sister in Eritrea because of the war that the two countries fought.

For two decades, he spoke of how much he missed her.

When border crossings reopened - albeit temporarily - following the peace deal Mr Abiy negotiated with Eritrea's President Isaias Afwerki inhe was looking forward to seeing her, only to learn that she had died. AFP It takes a few to make war. But it takes a village and a nation to build peace.

For me nurturing peace is like planting and growing trees. Just like trees need water and good soil to grow, peace requires unwavering commitment, infinite patience and goodwill to cultivate and harvest its dividends. Otherwise, the seeds of hatred could grow, in a nation already hit by ethnic clashes that have left about two million people - including more thanTigrayans - homeless in different parts of Ethiopia since Related Topics.