Humanitarian situation reports 2020

Monthly snapshot of current needs and response - concise operational documents to support the coordination of the humanitarian response.

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Highlights

     Situation report 6/2020: 1 - 30 June 2020

  • Over the past six months, the Nutrition Programme has treated 113,892 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) - the equivalent of 85 per cent of the UNICEF target for 2020.
  • Suspected acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) outbreaks continue to be reported in Bay, Banadir, Hiraan and Lower Shabelle regions. The increasing cases are likely the result of limited access to safe water and proper sanitation and the recent floods, which damaged water and sanitation infrastructure.
  • Child protection programmes engaged 23,604 children (44 per cent girls) and 6,981 caregivers (61 per cent women) in accessing community-based psychosocial support through child friendly spaces, club activities and parents support sessions.

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UNICEF Somalia
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