In Focus

JHNP video 2014

Joint Health and Nutrition Programme
The Somali Joint Health and Nutrition Programme is a comprehensive multi-donor, multi-partner five year development programme aimed at reducing maternal and infant mortality, while strengthening the systems that support improved quality and access to health care.

Multimedia

UNICEF Somalia/2015/Makundi

Photo essay: Access to safe drinking water and sanitation
There is a strong link between children’s health and well-being and their access to safe water, use of proper sanitation and their hygiene behavior. UNICEF prioritized the installation of WASH facilities in schools and the promotion of hygiene education.

Feature stories

UNICEF Somalia/2015/Makundi

A sachet of micronutrient powder a day boosts Somali children’s health and development
Lack of micronutrients is one of the key causes of malnutrition among children. Across Somalia it is estimated there are about 203,000 acutely malnourished children of whom about 38,000 children are severely malnourished and need medical treatment and therapeutic food to survive. >Read in Somali

New Publications

REPORTS ON THE SITUATION OF CHILDREN AND WOMEN
Final MICS4 reports and Key Findings

GO‐2‐SCHOOL INITIATIVE (2013‐2016)
Educating for Resilience

HUMANITARIAN ACTION FOR CHILDREN 2013
Somalia appeal

unite for children
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