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12 Oct 2016 description

The humanitarian situation continues to be of serious concern. An estimated 5 million people, or over 40 per cent of the population, are now in need of life-saving and livelihoods assistance. Almost 1.1 million Somalis are internally displaced and another million are living as refugees in neighboring countries.

5 Million People in need

FOOD SECURITY SITUATION

09 Sep 2016 description

Drought conditions, disease outbreaks, displacement, refugee returns and food insecurity continue to drive humanitarian needs in Somalia. An estimated 4.7 million people (38 per cent of the population) are in need of assistance.

AWD/ CHOLERA DECREASES

There has been a significant decline in Acute Watery Diarrhoea /cholera cases and deaths. Despite this, new cases were reported in parts of Belet Xawo, Bulo Burto, Belet Weyne, Janale, Qoryoley and Marka districts. This underscores the need to remain vigilant as gains are easily reversible.

03 Aug 2016 description

Drought conditions, disease outbreaks, displacement and returnees continued to drive needs across Somalia. The food security situation in southern and central regions is worryingly worsening. This is happening against the backdrop of an already fragile humanitarian situation.
Some 4.7 million people continue to require life-saving and livelihood support.

FOOD SECURITY AND NUTRITION SITUATION

12 Jul 2016 description

Some 4.7 million people continue to require life-saving assistance and livelihood support in Somalia. The number of poor households faced with acute food insecurity in Somalia is expected to increase until September 2016, according to the Famine Early Warning Systems Network.

08 Jul 2016 description
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2016 SOMALIA POOLED FUND

Somalia pooled funds have so far allocated $35.2 million to support life-saving and life-sustaining humanitarian activities in Somalia. The amount includes $22.3 million from the Somalia Humanitarian Fund (SHF) and $12.9 million from the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) rapid response window.

10 Jun 2016 description
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HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN (HRP)

To date, US$283 million has been received for humanitarian activities in Somalia. The funding includes $206 million or 23 per cent of the $885 million requested under the 2016 HRP and $77 million for humanitarian activities not included in the HRP.
The funding is not adequate to respond to the current humanitarian needs. Urgent contributions are required to support the implementation of the 2016 HRP activities, including response to the Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD)/cholera outbreak in Somalia.

07 Jun 2016 description

Since January 2016, an outbreak of Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD) /Cholera has affected southern and central Somalia, while severe flooding has been experienced in Belet Weyne district in Hiraan region. In Puntland and Somaliland drought has affected the livelihoods of thousands of people. These come amid an already fragile humanitarian situation. Overall some 4.7 million people require life-saving assistance and livelihood support

Flooding

13 May 2016 description

HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN (HRP)

To date, US$231million has been received for life-saving and life-sustaining activities in Somalia. The funding includes $161 million or 18 per cent of the $885 million requested under the 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) and $70 million for humanitarian activities not included in the HRP.

13 May 2016 description

The humanitarian needs in Somalia remain immense with about 4.7 million people requiring life-saving assistance and livelihood support. The Gu rainy season started in early April. This is the main planting season in Somalia. The rains are critical for improving the humanitarian situation, especially for 1.7 million people in need in drought-affected areas of Puntland and Somaliland. Sufficient rains will be vital for crop production, pasture growth and replenishment of water resources, especially in agro-pastoral and pastoral livelihood zones.