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Humanitarian Situation Reports

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Flood affected women and children line up to receive assistance in Belet Weyne.

Conflict, insecurity, drought and famine have defined Somalia throughout more than two decades. Currently, about a third of the population is still in crisis and in need of immediate food security and livelihood assistance – over 70 percent are in the conflict-ridden South where humanitarian access is limited due to the high level of insecurity. Rates of acute malnutrition illustrate an almost unimaginable situation: 30 per cent of children under 5 are acutely malnourished.

The Humanitarian Situation Reports provide concise operational documents to support the coordination of humanitarian response. It provides a snapshot of current needs, response and gaps and is produced on a monthly basis.

Download the latest Situation report

Sitrep 4/2018: 1 to 30 April 2018 [PDF]

Highlights

  • Over 770,000 people have been affected and 230,000 displaced due to ongoing severe floods along the Juba and Shabelle river basins. The floods have critically impacted crops, shelters and critical service infrastructure, including water, health, nutrition and education facilities. The increased risk of water-borne communicable diseases remains a major threat, especially acute watery diarrhoea
    (AWD)/cholera.
  • UNICEF and partners have activated two health centres, two mobile teams and one cholera treatment centre (CTC) in Belet Weyne, while dispatching tents, essential medicines including diarrheal kits to serve a population of 60,000, including 13,600 children under five and 5,400 pregnant and lactating women in the flood-affected areas. Four more mobile health teams are being deployed to support an additional 40,000 people. 
  • UNICEF and partners are providing emergency WASH services to over 300,000 people in flood affected districts. In Belet Weyne, UNICEF has dispatched 1,200 hygiene kits, is delivering clean water to 5,000 households and providing hygiene promotion activities for 12,000 households.
2018




2017

Sitrep 20/2017: 1 January to 31 December 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 19/2017: 16 to 30 November 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 18/2017: 1 to 15 November 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 17/2017: 16 to 31 October 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 16/2017: 1 to 15 October 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 15/2017: 16 to 30 September 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 14/2017: 1 to 15 September 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 13/2017: 16 to 31 August 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 12/2017: 1 to 15 August 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 11/2017: 16 to 31 July 2017 [PDF]

Mid-year Sitrep 10/2017: 1 January to 15 July 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 9/2017: 16 to 30 June 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 8/2017: 1 to 15 June 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 7/2017: 16 to 31 May 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 6/2017: 1 to 15 May 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 5/2017: 15 to 30 April 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 4/2017: 1 to 15 April 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 3/2017: 16 to 31 March 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 2/2017: 1 to 15 March 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 1/2017: February 2017 [PDF]

Sitrep 11: Reporting Period December 2016 to January 2017 [PDF]



2016

Sitrep 10: Reporting Period November 2016 [PDF]

Sitrep 9: Reporting Period October 2016 [PDF]

Sitrep 8: Reporting Period August-September 2016 [PDF]

SitRep 7. Reporting Period July 2016 [PDF]

SitRep 6. Reporting Period June 2016 [PDF]

SitRep 5. Reporting Period Mayl 2016 [PDF]

SitRep 4. Reporting Period April 2016 [PDF]

SitRep 3. Reporting Period March 2016 [PDF]

SitRep 2. Reporting Period February 2016 [PDF]

SitRep 1. Reporting Period January 2016 [PDF]

  

2015

SitRep 12. Reporting Period December 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 11: Reporting Period November 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 10. Reporting Period October 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 9. Reporting Period September 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 8. Reporting Period August 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 7. Reporting Period July 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 6. Reporting Period June 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 5. Reporting Period May 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 4. Reporting Period April 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 3. Reporting Period March 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 2. Reporting Period February 2015 [PDF]

SitRep 1. Reporting Period January 2015 [PDF]

 

 

 

 

UNICEF Somalia pre-famine response January – December 2017

Situation in numbers

5.4 million
People in need of humanitarian assistance

1.2 million
Children under-5 that are or could be acutely malnourished in the year.

UNICEF Appeal 2018 - US$ 154.9 million


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