Mothers fetching rain water for domestic use in Baidoa IDP settlement. FSNAU, November 2017
Average water catchments level in Dollow Qorof SIP Gedo, FSNAU, December 2017
Good Sorghum crop. Habaalbarbaar, Qansahdere, Bay, FSNAU, December 2017
Failed sorghum crop. SIP Buloburte. FSNAU, December 2017
Shoats in average body condition Dollow-Abdilooxoow SIP Gedo. FSNAU, December 2017
Good camel body condition Salagla-Middle Juba. FSNAU, December 2017
Open-air fire places in Baidoa IDP settlement. FSNAU, November 2017
Taking MUAC measurement on a malnourished child in Baidoa IDP settlement. FSNAU, November 2017

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  • As the risk of Famine declines, 2.7 million people still face Crisis and Emergency in Somalia

    301 000 children are acutely malnourished

    January 29, 2018, Mogadishu/Washington – Findings from the post-Deyr seasonal assessment conducted across Somalia in November and December 2017 indicate food security has improved notably due to continued large-scale humanitarian assistance and seasonal improvements to food and income sources during the Deyr (October-December) season. However, the 2017 Deyr rains were still below average in most parts of Somalia and the 2018 Gu (April-June) rains are also forecast to be below average. As a result, food and income sources are expected to remain below normal in most areas throughout the...

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