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- 2016-2018 Humanitarian Strategy
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- UNHCR Somalia Situation Supplementary Appeal 2017
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New York, Jan. 16, 1998 -- A Lutheran World Relief grant of $20,000 is for flood victims in Somalia. Overflow of the Juba and Shabelle rivers has flooded villages in the surrounding areas, leaving people temporarily or permanently homeless. Most of the food traditionally stored underground has been destroyed and standing crops are rotting under water. Chances of a second planting are uncertain. Latrines have been flooded, dysentery is on the rise and a severe outbreak of malaria
THE UNCT MONITOR.
9 - 16 January 1998.
Update on Floods in Somalia.
WFP EMERGENCY REPORT
Issued weekly by the United Nations World Food Programme
Report No. 03 of 1998 Date: 16 January 1998
This report includes: A) East Africa I: Floods - Somalia and Kenya B) East Africa II: Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda C) Central Africa: Democratic Republic of Congo D) Afghanistan.
An outbreak similar to that reported in
north-eastern Kenya has been reported in Somalia in the flooded area
delimited by the towns of Belet Weyne and Johar on the Shabelle River.
Four of 13 blood samples from suspected cases have been positive for RVF.