Enumurator measuring MUAC, FSNAU July 2021
Enumurator Training session, Baidoa, FSNAU July 2021
Enumurators training workshop, Baidoa FSNAU July 2021
Household assessment Interview, FSNAU July 2021
Household Interview Mogadishu urban, FSNAU July 2021
Mogadishu Assessment Training, FSNAU July 2021
Poor Sanitation _Mogadishu IDPs, FSNAU July 2021
Shabelle Agropastoral Assessment interview, FSNAU July 2021
Survey team Debriefing session, Mogadishu, FSNAU July 2021
Urban Household interview, FSNAU July 2021
Crop failure Salaha Geledi Afgooye area in Lower Shabelle - FSNAU July 2021
Dropped river crest, Qoryooley area FSNAU, July 2021
Early stage maize effected by armyworm. Luuq, Gedo FSNAU July 2021
Good onion crop . Malkaariyeey, Belethawa FSNAU July 2021.
Good condition of late planted maize crop. Middle Shabelle, FSNAU July 2021
Tomato productions. Doloow Warayle, Gedo Riverine, FSNAU July 2021
Average calve body condition. Agropastoral Sorghum High Potential Middle Shabelle. FSNAU July 2021
Average camel body condition Huddur, FSNAU, July 2021
Average goat body condition, Hudur, FSNAU July 2021
Average sheep body condition and depleting pasture. Coastal Deeh Middle Shabelle. FSNAU July 2021
Flooded River. Middle Shabelle, FSNAU July 2021
Good cattle body condition. Agropastoral Lower Shabelle, FSNAU 2021
Good sheep condition. Bursalax, Galdogob, Hawd, FSNAU August 2021
Poor sheep condition, Buubi, Addun Jariban Aug'21

In Focus

  • Approximately 3.5 million people in Somalia face acute food insecurity Crisis (IPC Phase 3) or worse outcomes in late 2021

    1.2 million children likely to be acutely malnourished

    September 9, 2021, Mogadishu/Washington Nearly 3.5 million people across Somalia are expected to face food consumption gaps or depletion of livelihood assets indicative of Crisis (IPC Phase 3)[1] or worse outcomes through the end of the year, in the absence of humanitarian assistance. The key drivers of acute food insecurity in Somalia include the combined effects of poor and erratic rainfall distribution, flooding and conflict.  Moreover, approximately 1.2 million children under the age of five are likely to be acutely malnourished, including nearly 213 400 who are likely to be severely malnourished. It is likely that sustained, large-scale humanitarian food assistance and government support since January 2021 have mitigated the magnitude and severity of food insecurity. Despite minimal damage in early to mid-2021, Desert Locust will continue to pose a serious risk to both pasture availability and crop production across Somalia.  Available forecasts indicate an increased likelihood of below-average rainfall during the 2021...

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