Flooding in Somalia increases risk for malnutrition and disease outbreaks
An estimated 200,000 children have been affected by heavy flooding in Belet Weyne, Berdale, Baidoa, Jowhar and Mahadaiin, Somalia. Thousands of families have been forced to leave their homes and locate to higher ground. Living in makeshift camps or worse in the open, many of the displaced are in dire need of clean water, sanitation and hygiene services, safe shelter, health and food supplies. The floods have also destroyed schools and interrupted learning for thousands of children.
Immunizing every child - Cold chains play key role in delivering vaccines across Somalia
UNICEF: Humanitarian Situation Report: September 2019