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Somalia Post Deyr ’11/12 Overall Nutrition Situation/Key Highlights - Nutrition Vetting Meeting

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Nutrition Information Sources Deyr (Oct-Dec) 2011/12

 Nutrition Surveys (based on WHZ, WHO): 36 detailed nutrition surveys (32 large sample, 3 small sample, 1 exhaustive) conducted to establish the situation from Gu 2011: • 9 in the Southern populations (2 in Mogadishu Town, 2 in Mogadishu IDPs, 1 in Kismayu IDPs, 3 in Juba, 1 in Bay) • 2 in Central rural LZ (Hawd, Addun) • 8 in northwest and northeast rural livelihoods • 9 focused on NW/NE/Central IDP populations (Hargeisa, Berbera, Burao, Galkayo, Bossaso, Garowe, Qardho, Dusamareb, Kismayu). • 8 urban LZ surveys in N/C (5 in NW & 3 in NE)

 Health Center Monitoring (HIS): Collected from 130 health facilities in accessible regions in the period July-December 2011. (48 in NW, 29 in NE, 13 in Central, 7 in Gedo, 8 in Juba, 7 in Bay, 3 in Bakool, 9 in Shabelle/Mogadishu, 6 in Hiran)

 Related Selective Feeding Centre Data: 1649 centers (26 stabilization centers, 712 outpatient care, 911 targeted supplementary feeding programs), of which 1094 are in the southern, 266 in Central regions and 289 in the northern regions.

 Secondary Related Data (risk factors for deterioration) • Disease outbreaks: Cholera in Shabelle, Central & Juba region • Elevated AWD in L & Middle Shabelle, Hiran & Bakool; Malaria in Shabelle, Juba and Central. (Source-WHO & Somalia Health Sector Bulletins, November 2011) • Food security, displacements data. (Source: FSNAU, OCHA and UNHCR bulletins).