Somalia

Humanitarian Bulletin Somalia, November/December 2014 | Issued on 20 January 2015

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Humanitarian partners have reprogrammed assistance to avert the most acute crisis, but humanitarian funding is not commensurate to needs.

  • Three-fold increase in suspected measles cases.

  • Over 3,000 violent incidents with humanitarian access implications for communities and aid workers were recorded in 2014.

FIGURES

  • of people in 1m humanitarian emergency and crisis

  • of people 2.16m in stress

  • of acutely 218,000 malnourished children under age 5

Source: www.fsnau.org (Aug-Dec 2014 projection)

  • of internally 1.1m displaced people

  • of Somali 1m refugees in the Horn of Africa and Yemen

Source: UNHCR

FUNDING

  • 863 million requested for 2015 (US$)
  • 933 million requested for 2014 (US$)
  • 39% (365 million) (reflecting reported funding on FTS as of 20 Jan 2015)

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