Mid-Year Monitoring Report: 2014 Strategic Response Plan - Somalia (Covering Jan to May 2014)

Evaluation and Lessons Learned
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Priority needs

Acute and chronic food insecurity and high levels of malnutrition - An estimated 2.9 million Somalis need life-saving assistance and livelihood investment aimed at strengthening their resilience to shocks. At least 203,000 children need sustained nutritional support.

Inadequate and poor basic services continue to be a chronic and pervasive problem across Somalia.

Rights violations against civilians including sexual and genderbased violence against women and girls, is widespread in Somalia, particularly in settlements where displaced people reside.

Displacement and Returns - There are an estimated 1.1 million IDPs and over 12,000 asylum seekers and refugees living in Somalia.

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