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Pre-famine briefing note - July 2017

Pre-famine briefing note July 2017

Author: UNICEF Somalia
Price: Free
No. of pages: 2
Publication date: July 2017
Publisher: UNICEF Somalia
Languages: English

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Additional downloads [external links]:
>> Somalia: Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 6 July 2017) (OCHA)
>> Somalia: Drought response Situation Report No.14 (as of 27 June 2017) (OCHA)
>> Humanitarian Bulletin (June 2017) (OCHA)
>> Somalia: Food Security Outlook (June 2017 to January 2018) (FSHAU)
>> Somalia: Humanitarian Dashboard - June 2017 (OCHA)

The humanitarian situation in Somalia continues to deteriorate due to the ongoing drought crisis, affecting more than half of the country’s population – 6.7 million – of which 4 million are children. Since the beginning of the year, UNICEF’s emergency intervention has resulted in the treatment of 98,900 children for life-threatening severe acute malnutrition; 672,500 women and children under-5 with emergency lifesaving health services; and 1.58 million people accessing temporary safe drinking water. Despite the large scale humanitarian assistance delivered to date, however, sever food insecurity, high acute malnutrition and a high disease burden will require a sustained effort if we are to save more lives.

 

 
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