Welcome to the UNICEF Somalia resource hub. Below you will be able to access electronic versions of publications, studies and other resources produced by UNICEF Somalia. Should you require additional help or a hardcopy of one of these resources contact us at:
P.O. Box 44145
Tel: +254 762 8445
A comprehensive list of all global publications can be found on www.unicef.org
Fourth Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Final Reports for Puntland and Somaliland completed
2014 - UNICEF, in close collaboration with the Ministries of Planning and National Development in Somaliland and Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation in Puntland, successfully implemented the fourth round of Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey
Religious Fatwa for banning all forms of FGM/C
15 November 2013 - Important Religious Fatwa to End all forms of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting signed in Puntland, North Eastern Somalia.
Full Report: Final Evaluation of the Unconditional Cash and Voucher Response to the 2011–12 Crisis in Somalia
2013 - This evaluation provides an independent analysis of the appropriateness, effectiveness, efficiency and impact of the cash response, with a strong emphasis on learning for future humanitarian interventions using cash globally, and in Somalia.
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2011 - Preliminary Results: Somaliland (Summary)
2013 - The MICS was carried out in 2011 by the Somaliland Ministry of Planning and National Development. It provides up-to-date information on the situation of children and women and measures key indicators.
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2011 - Preliminary Results: Northeast Zone, Somalia (Summary)
2013 - The MICS was carried out in 2011 by the Puntland Ministry of Planning and International Co-operation. It provides up-to-date information on the situation of children and women and measures key indicators.
Go‐2‐School Initiative 2013‐2016: Educating for Resilience
2013 - The Go-To-School initiative is an urgent response towards giving free education to all Somali children and youth. The target beneficiaries are 1 million children and youth who are currently out-of-school.