FSNAU Staff Core Skills Development Training - Hargeisa, May 2023
FSNAU Staff Core Skills Development Training, Hargeisa - May 2022
Women queuing for water in Baidoa. FSNAU Dec 2022
Newly arriving IDPs joining the old IDP camp in Baidoa. FSNAU Oct 2022
Left - Woman showing edible seasonal green leaves to the enumarator. Right - Women de-husking sorghum. FSNAU Dec 2022
Children with Measles in rural Baidoa. FSNAU Oct 2022
Poor yield sorghum harvest in agropastoral pastoral of Northwest. FSNAU, Dec 2022
Poor Sorghum Crop, War IIsho, Burhakaba, Bay region. FSNAU, Dec 2022
Good sesame crop condition, Jowhar riverine, Middle Shabelle. FSNAU Dec 2022
Good condition rice crop in Jowhar riverine, Middle Shabelle. FSNAU 2022
Average peanut crop in Bay, Baydhabo. FSNAU Dec 2022
Reduced Juba river water, Gedo region. FSNAU Dec 2022
Onion crop in Beledxawo, Gedo riverine. FSNAU Dec 2022
Crop failure in Afgooye agropastoral. FSNAU Dec 2022
Average condition maize in Middle Shabelle riverine. FSNAU, Dec 2022
Shallow well, Camel water point, Hawd pastoral Las-Xadow. FSNAU Dec 2022
Poor pasture and camel body condition, Northern Inland Pastoral, Eyl district, Nugaal region. FSNAU, Dec 2022
Poor cattle body condition, Southern Inland Pastoral, Dolow district, Gedo region. FSNAU Dec 2022
Poor camel body condition Northern Inland Pastoral of Bossaso. FSNAU Dec 2022
Poor animal body condition, Coastal Deeh, Hobyo , Mudug Region. FSNAU, Dec 2022
Partially replenished water catchment, Qansax Dheere, Bay Region. FSNAU Dec 2022
Improved cattle body condition, pastoral Lower Jubba region. FSNAU Dec 2022
Below average animal body condition, Northern Inland Pastoral, Qardho district, Bari Region. FSNAU Dec 2022
Average browse and animal body condition, Hawd, Burtinle, Northeast region. FSNAU, Dec 2022

In Focus

  • The IPC Acute Food Insecurity classification based on household surveys and field assessments conducted in June and July 2023 and subsequent analysis in August 2023 show that more than 3.7 million people are experiencing Crisis or worse (IPC Phase 3 or above) outcomes between August and September 2023. This number is expected to increase to 4.3 million people between October to December 2023. The key drivers of acute food insecurity and malnutrition in Somalia include the combined effects of blow average and poorly distributed rainfall, flooding, the extended impact of multi-season drought in pastoral areas, limited household access to food due to income constraints and elevated food prices, continued insecurity, and conflict in many parts of central and southern Somalia and in Lasaanod (Sool), and low coverage of humanitarian assistance.

    Click here to download the full report

    Read More ...

Trends in Early Warning - Early Action Indicators