Somalia Humanitarian Cluster Results

Main sectors of humanitarian action

Kahary IDP camp in Dollow, Somalia.
UNICEF Somalia/Sewunet


Since 2005, the UN has adopted a cluster system to coordinate how humanitarian partners prepare and respond to emergencies. The clusters bring together UN and non-UN partners around 15 technical areas of humanitarian action, guided by the Humanitarian Action Plan.

In Somalia, UNICEF leads the Nutrition Cluster with WFP, co-leads the WASH Cluster with the Polish Humanitarian Action, and co-leads the Child Protection Area of Responsibility and Education Cluster with Save the Children. With the cluster partners, we assist many more people.

Click on the infographics to the right in order to view the results and needs of the Somalia Clusters.

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