The United Nations and World Bank, in conjunction with the Somali authorities convened consultative validation workshops in Garowe, Baidoa, Beletweyne and Hargeisa to review the Somali Joint Needs Assessment (JNA) cluster findings and recommendations for the majority of regions in Somalia, during 16-28 July 2006.
JNA Presents to the Transitional Federal Parliament of the Somali Republic.
On 25 May, the UN and the WB provided a brief to the Somali Transitional Federal Parliament in Baidoa on the Somali Joint Needs Assessment. The Minister of Planning and the International Cooperation Hon. Abdirizak Osman Hassan introduced the JNA team and informed the MP's of the importance of the Somali Joint Need Assessment for the Somali people.
On 25 May 2006 the United Nations and the World Bank provided a brief to the Somali Transitional Federal Parliament in Baidoa on the Somali Joint Needs Assessment.
7,200 questionnaires reach most inaccessible areas in Somalia
On 3rd March, 7,200 questionnaires prepared by each of the six JNA clusters were sent to the Somali National Technical Counterpart teams working for the JNA. The teams carried the questionnaires to the most inaccessible corners of Somalia.
From 23-27 November, more than 100 representatives from the Somali Transitional Federal Government, United Nations, World Bank, Somali regional representatives, donors, NGOS, Civil Society and experts from the Somali Diaspora met in Nairobifor a joint planning retreat that prepared for the Somali Joint Needs Assessment (JNA).