Somalia

Somalia: Health Cluster Bulletin, June 2022

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Emergency type: Protracted; COVID-19, Drought, Floods, AWD/Cholera, Measles

15.7 M POPULATION

7.7 M P’LE IN NEED

2.2 M IDPS

5.5M PEOPLE TARGETED

1.46B US$ REQUESTED

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Drought conditions have deteriorated in the country following an unprecedented 4th consecutive failed rainy season.
    More than 7 million people are affected and over 805,000 are displaced.

  • The number of new cases of acute diarrhoeal diseases (Cholera/AWD) reported in the EWARN have decreased as compared to the previous months (figure 1). Also, a decrease in the number of measles cases reported have been seen this month as compared to May as shown in figure 2

  • The first round of OCV campaign has been rolled out in June targeting 9 districts and 897,086 persons were vaccinated. CERF funding for health activities have been prioritized for 7 districts in Bay & Bakool regions most affected by the drought.

  • The Health cluster is responding to drought situation through upscaling of activities in the districts most affected by the droughts. An additional $ 97.3.M USD is required for the response.