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Somalia Humanitarian Funding Snapshot (as of 30 September 2014)

Only 34 per cent of the requested $933 million has been received. Entering the final quarter of 2014, humanitarian partners face significant funding gaps to respond to the vast needs.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - August 2014 (issued on 2 October 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

Somalia is again facing a serious crisis due to a lethal mix of drought, surging food prices, rising malnutrition, conflict and funding gaps. Over 3 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance and the numbers are on the rise. With another external shock, fragile gains made since the 2012 famine could be eroded and the country could easily tip back into another devastating emergency.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 4 September 2014)

Over 1 million people in Somalia face acute food insecurity. This is a 20 percent increase, from 857,000 people, six months ago. This brings the number of people in need of humanitarian aid or livelihood support to over 3 million, according to new findings from the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit and the Famine Early Warning Systems Network. The worsening situation is due to a lethal mix of drought, surging food prices, increasing malnutrition, insecurity and slow funding.

MALNUTRITION ON THE RISE

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Somalia: Humanitarian Funding Snapshot (as of 8 September 2014)

The Strategic Response Plan is severely underfunded. Over half a billion US dollars is still required to respond to the vast humanitarian needs in Somalia.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Funding Snapshot (as of 31 July 2014)

Somalia Strategic Response Plan (SRP) 2014

The Somalia SRP was severely underfunded as of 31 July, having received US$269 million (29 per cent) of the $933 million requested.
This includes $19.4 million in carry-over funds. About $664 million is still required to fund the aid operations in 2014

Requirements and funding per cluster

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Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 7 August 2014)

Humanitarian needs in Somalia remained immense, with 2.9 million people requiring assistance. Poor rainfall, continued conflict, surging food prices, increasing malnutrition and the restricted flow of commercial goods all contributed to worsen an already fragile situation. A significant funding shortfall and access restrictions reduced response capacity to reach people in need.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot (as of June 2014)

Food security situation in Somalia is expected to deteriorate in the second half of the year, according to FAO’s Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) and Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNET). The food crisis could worsen due to poor and erratic rains, continued conflict, restricted flow of commercial goods, increasing malnutrition and surging food prices. Due to below normal rains, the overall harvest is expected to be poor, resulting in cereal prices rising significantly in the southern parts of Somalia.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Funding Snapshot (as of 30 June 2014)

Somalia Strategic Response Plan (SRP) 2014

The Somalia SRP (previously referred to as CAP) was severely underfunded as of 30 June 2014, having received US$236 million (25 per cent) of the $933 million requested. This includes $19.4 million in carry-over funds. About $697 million is required to fund the aid operation in 2014.

SRP requirements and funding per cluster

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Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - May 2014 (issued on 27 June 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

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Somalia: Humanitarian Funding Snapshot (as of June 2014)

Somalia Strategic Res ponse Plan (SRP) 2014

The Somalia SRP (previously referred to as CAP) had as of 17 June 2014 received US$211.85 million (23 per cent) of the $933 million requested. This includes $19.4 million in carry-over funds. About $721 million is required to meet the 2014 SRP requirements.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot (as of May 2014)

Somalia is at risk of sliding back into emergency. Early warnings that the food security situation is likely to worsen due to a combination of erratic and delayed Gu (April-June) rains, a disrupted planting season, and a blockage of supply routes leading to rising food prices. Resumption of rainfall since early May have helped alleviate moisture stress on planted crops in agriculture dependent areas and replenished water and pasture in pastoral areas. Even with erratic rains, parts of southern Somalia have experienced flash floods which have destroyed crops and displaced households.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - April 2014 (issued on 3 June 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

Somalia’s fragile humanitarian situation is at risk of sliding back into emergency. Some 857,000 people, most of them displaced, are already in need of urgent life-saving assistance at least through June 2014. Early warnings indicate that the combination of the delayed Gu rains (April to June), a disrupted planting season and rising food prices in areas affected by a military offensive could further worsen the humanitarian situation in the country.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot, April 2014 | Issued on 16 May 2014

Somalia is at risk of sliding back into crisis because its fragile food security situation is likely to deteriorate in the coming months. This is due to a combination of delayed rains, rising food prices and continued conflict especially in agro-pastoral areas of southern and central Somalia. Conditions are worryingly similar to the pre-famine period of 2010. Despite the serious situation, funding for Somalia in 2014 is critically low.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - March 2014 (issued on 12 May 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

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Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot, March 2014 | Issued on 15 April 2014

The offensive in southern and central Somalia, which began one month ago, has directly affected six regions and led to the temporary movement of over 40,000 people.

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Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - February 2014 (issued on 1 April 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

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Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - January 2014 (issued on 04 March 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

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Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot, January 2014 | Issued on 19 February 2014

FOOD SECURITY

Compared to six months ago, the number of people projected to be in ‘crisis and emergency’ conditions over the next six months has slightly reduced to 857,000 from 870,000.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - December 2013 (issued on 11 February 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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Somalia: Humanitarian Funding Snapshot (as of 31 December 2013)

Somalia Consolidated Appeal 2013 - 2015
By the end of 2013, the Consolidated Appeal (CAP) had received US$558.2 million (48.4 per cent) of the $1.15 billion, (2013 revised request). This included $29.28 million in carry-over funds from 2012.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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