Govt. Somalia
Government based in Somalia

All Updates

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24 Jun 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A total of 1,979 AWD/cholera cases and 13 deaths (CFR-0.7%) were reported during week 24 from 48 districts in 16 regions. Of these, 337 cases (17%) were reported from Wadajir district in Banadir region.

  • There was a 19% decrease in the number of new AWD/cholera cases from 2,429 cases in week 23 to 1,979 cases in week 24. Deaths also decreased by 19% from 16 during week 23 to 13 during week 24.

17 Jun 2017 description

Highlights

  • A total of 2,429 AWD/cholera cases and 19 deaths (CFR– 0.8%) were reported during week 23 (5th -11th June 2017) from 48 districts in 16 regions. Of these, 460 cases (19% of the total cases) were reported from Wadajir district in Banadir region.

  • There was a 32% decrease in the number of new AWD/cholera cases from 3,207 cases in week 22 to 2,429 cases in week 23. Deaths also decreased by 36% from 25 during week 22 to 16 during week 23.

09 Jun 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A total of 2,679 AWD/cholera cases and 23 deaths (CFR– 0.9%) were reported during week 21 (22th – 28th May 2017) from 45 districts in 15 regions. Of these, 431 cases (22% of the total cases) were reported from Wadajr district in Banadir region.

  • There was a increase in the number of new AWD/cholera cases from 2,319 cases and 22 deaths in week 20 to 2,680 cases and 23 deaths in week 21.

  • The number of AWD cases in South Central increased from 1,537 and 12 deaths in week 20 to 2,004 cases and 19 deaths in week 21.

28 May 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS KEY FIGURES

  • A total of 2,319 AWD/cholera cases and 22 deaths (CFR– 0.9%) were reported during week 20 (15th– 21th May 2017) from 41 districts in 14 regions. Of these, 305 cases (13% of the total cases) were reported from Wadajr district in Banadir region.

  • There was a decrease in the number of new AWD/cholera cases from 2,472 cases and 10 deaths in week 19 to 2,319 cases and 22 deaths in week 20.

22 May 2017 description

Executive Summary

Official development assistance (ODA) for Somalia totaled US$ 1.3 billion in 2016. With an ODA to GDP ratio of 21%, Somalia is highly aid dependent. Remittances are another key flow, estimated at US$ 1.4 billion in 2016. Together, remittances and ODA are fueling Somalia’s consumption-driven growth. Greater focus on enabling private sector investment and domestic revenue mobilization would lessen Somalia’s long term dependence on aid.