Global climate change has rapidly changed consumers’attitude and behavior toward food products by affecting significantly their supply and demand. In this context, it was planned to determine the main factors affecting camel meat consumption satisfaction of Somalia consumers under the climate change conditions. The maim material of the research was obtained from 385 households residing in Mogadishu, Somalia in 2022. Exploratory Factor Analysis and Two-step Cluster Analysis were used to explore Somalia consumers’ camel meat consumption satisfaction. The results of the study highlighted that the low and middle-income consumers focused on healthy diet willingness under the hedonic quality attributes mitigating the ecological footprint in livestock on their camel meat consumption satisfaction. On the other hand, it was also analyzed that the high-income segment yielded more importance to their sensory and real quality attributes through the animal care and feeding management strategies adapted to climate change.