Refilled Mareer Water Catchment, Northern Inland Pastoral. Iskushuban Dec 2019
Improved pasture conditions. Hawd, Garowe, Dec 2019
Impacts of Tropical storm Pawan, Hurdiye, Coastal Deeh, Iskushuban Dec 2019
Hurdiye village submerged, Coastal Deeh Iskushuban Dec 2019
Good sorghum crop Southern Agropastoral Jalalaqsi. Dec 2019
Good Sesame crop Southern Agropastoral, Jalalaqsi. Dec 2019
Good pasture, Addun, Jariban, Dec 2019
Good sorghum, Southern Inland IPastoral, Beletwein Dec 2019
Camel average body condition, Gedo-Dolo Qootaay-Southern Inland Pastoral Dec 2019
Average cattle body condition. Gedo Elwaq, Southern Inland IPastoral, Dec 2019
Flood affected Riverine Farms, Dujuma-Buale, Middle Juba Dec 2019
Crop planting (sesame broadcasting) after flood recession. Beletwein, Dec 2019
Good Cattle body condition and filled water catchment, Huddur, Southern Agropastoral, Dec 2019
Good goat body condition, Huddur, Southern Agropastoral, Dec 2019
Good goat body condition - Southern Inland Pastoral Beletwein. Dec 2019
Average maize production, Gedo Luuq-Aroosow, Dec 2019
Average goat body condition, Dolo_Abdiloxow. Gedo-Dec 2019
Enumerator in the field administering household during Shabelle Rural Assessment in Middle Shabelle. Dec 2019
Enumerator in the field during Shabelle Rural Assessment in Lower Shabelle (Walan Weyne), Dec 2019
Enumerator administering household questionnaire interview in Mogadishu IDP, Dec 2019
Debriefing with survey team supervisors during IDPs and Urban in Mogadishu, Dec 2019
Practical on household questionnaires during training for IDPs and Urban Assessments in Mogadishu, Dec 2019
Standardization test during Mogadishu IDPs and Urban Assessment, Dec 2019

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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