Somalia WASH Cluster Humanitarian Dashboard (As of 10th June 2022)



The WASH humanitarian crisis in Somalia continues to deteriorate as the country experiencing one of its worst drought crises in a decade following four consecutive poor rainy seasons. As of 10 June 2022, A significant pasture degradation and water shortages have been reported in many areas in Somaliland with Sanaag, Waqoyi Galbeed, Sool and Togdheer regions being the hardest hit areas.

Severely alarming water shortage have also been reported from in several districts in Puntland, SWS, Jubaland,
Galmudug and Hirshabelle states particularly exposing a higher number of vulnerable people to significant water shortage risks. The pastoral population living in the hard-to-reach areas are the worst affected. WASH Cluster partners have scaled up emergency services focusing on water trucking, the rehabilitation non-functional boreholes and extension of existing water systems and the construction of new water points for communities affected by drought.