Attack on UN aid workers in Puntland underscores the dangerous and difficult operating environment aid workers face in Somalia.
Onset of principal rainy season brings relief to dry conditions, but heightens the risk of flooding and disease outbreaks.
More money transfers organizations shut down further jeopardizing Somali remittance lifeline
-# of people in humanitarian emergency and crisis 7 731,000
-# of people in food security stress 2.3m
-# of acutely 203,000 malnourished children under age 5 Source: www.fsnau.org (Feb-June 2015 projection)
-# of internally displaced people 1.1m
-# of Somali refugees in the Horn of Africa and Yemen 1m Source: UNHCR
863 million requested for 2015 (US$)
11% (94 million)
122 million Total humanitarian funding received for Somalia (reflects reported funding on FTS as of 23 April 2015)
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