Somalia Post Deyr’ 11/12 Integrated Nutrition Situation Analysis, Middle and Lower Juba Regions

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Livelihood Groups & Main Sources of Food and Income Pastoral Livelihoods

• Southeast- keep cattle sheep & goat • Southern Inland- keep camel, sheep & goat  Primary sources of income of poor: sale of livestock & livestock products  Primary sources of food of poor: purchase  Primary livelihood asset of poor: camel, cattle, sheep/goat

Agro-pastoral Livelihoods (Southern and Lower Juba Agro-pastoralists)  Southern Agro-pastoral are more pastoral in the west than those in the east who are agriculturalists – main sources of income: sale of livestock & livestock products, self-employment, employment, crop sales; main source of food is purchase  Lower Juba Agro-pastoral are more pastoralists than agriculturists – main source of income: sales of livestock products and wild food sales; main source of food: own production and purchases. • Riverine (M. and L. Juba) • Main source of income of poor : Crop sales, wage labour, selfemployment (collection of bush products) • Main sources of food of poor: Own production and market purchase