- Oxfam: Livelihoods in Somalia: Impact evaluation of community driven livelihood and food security initiatives in Lower and Middle Juba Regions
- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin Somalia Nov 2015 | Issued on 20 Nov 2015
- FSNAU Somalia Climate Update: October 2015 Monthly Rainfall and NDVI (Issued Nov 20, 2015)
Appeals & Funding
- Humanitarian Needs Overview 2016
- Somalia 2015-16 El Niño Contingency Plan, Sep 2015
- Strategic Response Plan 2015
- Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) in 2015 PDF XLS
20-YEAR REVIEW SHOWS 90% OF DISASTERS ARE WEATHER-RELATED; US, CHINA, INDIA, PHILIPPINES AND INDONESIA RECORD THE MOST
23 November 2015, GENEVA – A new report issued today by the UN, “The Human Cost of Weather Related Disasters”, shows that over the last twenty years, 90% of major disasters have been caused by 6,457 recorded floods, storms, heatwaves, droughts and other weather-related events.
The five countries hit by the highest number of disasters are the United States (472), China (441), India (288), Philippines (274), and Indonesia, (163).
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced it is providing nearly $97 million in additional food assistance to assist vulnerable populations in Ethiopia, including those severely affected by the impacts of the El Niño weather phenomenon.
Tropical Cyclone Chapala makes landfall in central Yemen, potentially affecting an estimated 1.1 million people and exacerbating humanitarian needs
Relief agencies dispatch emergency food, shelter supplies, and WASH assistance for storm-affected people
Insecurity continues to constrain humanitarian access across conflict- affected areas of Yemen
Continued food insecurity in parts of northern Kenya results in nearly 1.1 million people requiring emergency food assistance
U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert F. Godec reissues disaster declaration due to deteriorating nutrition and food security conditions
The USG provides more than $142 million in humanitarian assistance to Kenya in FY 2015
Ongoing insecurity exacerbates the negative effects of erratic seasonal rains and below-average harvests
El Niño-related flooding may affect up to 900,000 people, limit humanitarian access
FSNAU records emergency malnutrition levels in Somalia
By Dina Birman and Nellie Tran
USAID/OFDA commits nearly $9 million in additional humanitarian assistance for conflict- affected populations in Yemen
Ongoing clashes and political instability continue to hamper humanitarian access and timely delivery of much-needed aid
Fuel supply and commodity shortages , as well as market price increases, exacerbate humanitarian conditions in Yemen ￼
Published: September 29, 2015
USIP President, Nancy Lindborg, testifies before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
Good morning and thank you Chairman Corker, Ranking Member Cardin, and other members of the committee, for this opportunity to discuss the U.S. role and strategy in the Middle East in the midst of an escalating humanitarian crisis. Your attention to this complex and protracted crisis is important and very much appreciated.
The USG announces more than $89 million in additional USG funding for the Yemen crisis
Intensified airstrikes and ground fighting continues to hinder aid access and degrade an already dire humanitarian situation
USAID/FFP-provided wheat arrives in Yemen despite access constraints
Armed clashes between al-Houthi and pro- RoYG forces affected all of Yemen’s 21 governorates in August
The Yemen crisis has internally displaced 1.4 million people and caused approximately 100,800 people to flee the country as of August
State/PRM announces $6.1 million in additional funding for people seeking refuge in Djibouti and Somalia as a result of the Yemen crisis ￼
The number of food-insecure Somalis will likely increase slightly through December
The CERF allocates $20 million to support humanitarian activities in Somalia
USAID/OFDA provides more than $16 million in additional humanitarian assistance
15 juin 2015
Des appels sont lancés pour privilégier une perspective globale axée sur l'aide au développement sur une approche sécuritaire des migrations
Le Conseil des droits de l'homme a tenu, cet après-midi, un «dialogue renforcé» sur le thème des droits de l'homme des migrants.
15 June 2015
The Human Rights Council this afternoon held an enhanced interactive dialogue on the human rights of migrants.
Al-Shabaabattackscontinuetotarget civilians, humanitarian workers, and government officials
Nearly 1 million Somalis are experiencing acute food insecurity, with conditions projected to deteriorate in some areas of southern Somalia through June
April-to-July gu rains are likely to improve pasture, water availability in parts of northern Somalia
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Office of the Spokesperson
May 4, 2015
Today, Secretary Kerry announced over $45 million in additional funding to help the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) protect and assist some 600,000 refugees residing in Kenya. The United States applauds the tremendous hospitality of Kenya in providing a safe haven for so many refugees. Details of the announcement:
Addis Ababa March 18/2015 The commitment of Ethiopia to accommodate refugees is highly appreciable, Deputy Assistant Secretary of US Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration said.
Deputy Assistant SecretaryCatherine A. Wiesner, officials and international organization representatives yesterday inaugurated a new refugee camp that can accommodate 50,000 refugees in Gambella Regional State as the Leitchuor camp is exposed to floods.
The UN reports more than 3,000 violent incidents took place in 2014 with humanitarian access implications for affected communities and aid workers
Numbers of acutely and severely malnourished children declines since July 2014; however, more than 202,000 children younger than five years of age are acutely malnourished, including more than 38,000 severely malnourished children
The 2015 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) requests nearly $863 to meet humanitarian needs in Somalia in 2015