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Djibouti + 1 other
Tableau de Bord humanitaire Djibouti - CAP 2013 (Novembre 2012)

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Kenya: Isiolo District Who What Where (November 2012)

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Kenya: Garissa District Who What Where (November 2012)

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Kenya: Who What Where in Marsabit District (as at November 2012)

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Kenya: Turkana District Who What Where (November 2012)

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Kenya: Wajir District Who What Where (as of November 2012)

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Kenya: Moyale District Who What Where (as of November 2012)

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Nutrition Hotspot Map of Ethiopia, 22 October 2012

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Somalia: Humanitarian Access Map - as of August 2012

Understanding this map

This map illustrates the degree of difficulty faced by humanitarian agencies working in Somalia with an analysis made at district level. It is not a reflection of the physical presence of humanitarian partners or of the volume of humanitarian assistance provided in each district.

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Ethiopia: Somali Region: Who Does What Where (3W) (as of 26 July 2012)

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Oromia Region: Who Does What Where (3W) - Health and Nutrition (as of 15 August 2012)

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Oromia Region: Who Does What Where (3W) - Agriculture (as of 13 August 2012)

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Somali Region : Who Does What Where (3W) (as of 26 July 2012) - Thematic Map

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Somalia: Humanitarian GAP Analysis as at June 2012

Somalia is a complex emergency where its people have experienced conflict, floods, drought, food shortages and at times famine. Through the clusters, humanitarian actors provide support for basic services in the areas of food security, protection, nutrition, shelter, health, water and sanitation and education. Below is a graphic overview of humanitarian intervention coverage and the gaps identified across the clusters for the month of June.

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Somalia: Nutrition Cluster Beneficiaries (as of 23 July 2012) - Info graphic

Overview

The Nutrition Cluster’s objectives were to provide treatment for acutely malnourished children and pregnant and lactating women; to address the underlying causes of acute and chronic malnutrition while addressing micronutrient deficiencies through a basic nutrition services package. Partner training in the management of acute malnutrition and the delivery of quality nutrition services was a pivotal element of the cluster’s response.

The cluster was among the best funded receiving 104% of its CAP funding of $133.5 million with CHF contributing 7%.

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