Mothers fetching rain water for domestic use in Baidoa IDP settlement. FSNAU, November 2017
Average water catchments level in Dollow Qorof Southern Inland Pastoral Gedo, FSNAU, December 2017
Good Sorghum crop. Habaalbarbaar, Qansahdere, Bay, FSNAU, December 2017
Failed sorghum crop. Southern Agro-Pastoral Buloburte. FSNAU, December 2017
Shoats in average body condition Dollow-Abdilooxoow Southern Inland Pastoral 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
Certificates in Food security awarded to 15 technical staff of 4 Federal Government line ministries upon their completion of a 12-month training (February 2018, Mogadishu)
Certificates in Food security awarded to 34 technical staff of 8 Somaliland Government line ministries upon their completion of a 12-month training (January 2018, Hargeisa)
Certificates in Food security awarded to 34 technical staff of 8 Puntland Government line ministries and 5 faculty member of Puntland State University upon their completion of a 6-12 month-long training (February 2018, Garowe)

In Focus

  • Key Findings

    • Below-average rains across most of Somalia during the 2018 Deyr (October-December), followed by harsh weather conditions during the dry Jilaal (January–March 2019) season and the poor performance of the Gu (April-June 2019) rains in April, has led to worsening drought conditions in many parts of the country.
    • This has caused deterioration in pasture availability and widespread water shortages in most pastoral and agropastoral livelihood zones, leading to earlier-than-normal water trucking, atypical livestock movements to watering...
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