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18 Jul 2002 description

SACB Consultative Committee

28 Jun 2002 description

The boundaries and names on these maps do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.
The regional and district boundaries reflect those endorsed
by the Government of the Republic of Somalia in 1986.

02 May 2002 description

SACB Consultative Committee

21 Mar 2002 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

21 Feb 2002 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

24 Jan 2002 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

18 Oct 2001 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
Severe vulnerability is emerging in southern Somalia following the failure of gu season rains in key food producing areas. Particular concern has been raised in Gedo region where NGOs are reporting a shocking rise in the number of malnourished women, children and IDPs. On 16 October, the SACB Food Security and Rural Development Sectoral Committee appealed for immediate food aid and additional health services to protect the lives of 450,000 people in Gedo, Bay and Bakol regions alone.

20 Sep 2001 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
HUMANITARIAN OUTLOOK

As reported during the last SACB Consultative Committee Meeting, severe water stress which existed in the southern regions of the country remains so. In fact, there is a bleak water security outlook in most parts of Somalia, except the northwestern regions, where 'Karan' seasonal rains have relieved the pastoralist and rural communities.

23 Aug 2001 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

19 Jul 2001 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

21 Jun 2001 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

22 Mar 2001 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

22 Feb 2001 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
NORTHERN SOMALIA: LIMITED HOUSEHOLD IMPACT OF THE LIVESTOCK BAN

The impact of the livestock ban has been limited to northern regions where market demand for livestock has fallen sharply. Loss of the livestock market during its usual seasonal peak is limiting income for poor urban and poor pastoralist households. However, the impact at household level is moderated by the following factors:

  • Sustained access to water and pasture leading to good animal conditions, including reliable calving and milk production,

25 Jan 2001 description

SACB Consultative Committee

22 Nov 2000 description

SACB CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

31 Oct 2000 description


1. WHAT IS NEW
UN Meets Pastoralists

A four-day workshop, held in Isiolo from 30 October - 2 November, was organized by the UN Coordination Unit for Somalia, the Institute for Development Studies and UNICEF Regional Office. It brought together a broad range of people from Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, with members of the international community (ORHC, FAO, UNICEF, UNDP, EU, DFID and USAID) to exchange perspectives, ideas and histories in a bid to improve the impact of development assistance for pastoral communities.

UN Agencies Unveil "First Steps"